An army of more than 200 MAGA candidates ready to fight for Donald Trump’s agenda is marching into November’s midterm races, after a heated primary season that proved the ex-president remains, for the most part, the de facto leader of the Republican Party.
Trump has played a heavy hand in the 2022 election cycle thus far, endorsing candidates both for Congress and state executive roles in races that normally do not get the national attention he’s brought to them.
He’s also jetted around the country to campaign with their voters in his signature ‘Make America Great Again’ rallies, including a forthcoming appearance in Ohio on Saturday for Senate candidate JD Vance.
It’s appeared to have worked for him – with a success rate of more than 90 percent.
Overall in the Senate races, Trump’s favored candidates won 100 percent of the time out of primaries that have already occurred. He’s helped 18 candidates advance to November, with two races that are still pending.
But some of the candidates…