On Tuesday the nation saw another group of primary elections and, once again, a huge slate of victories for the candidates Trump endorsed.
Trump-backed candidates had a near perfect sweep of victories Tuesday in elections in Texas, South Carolina, Nevada, and North Dakota.
By the time the last votes were counted, Trump has prevailed in 129 elections, losing only eight contests.
The most stunning victory came in Texas where Republican Mayra Flores toppled a left-wing Democrat to win in the special election in the Texas 34th House District, flipping the seat to the Republicans for the first time in decades.
“The Democrat Party has been in control here in South Texas for over 100 years and feel entitled to our vote. They feel they don’t have to do anything to earn our vote. And we sent a strong message to Washington, and we sent a strong message to Democrat Party that you have to get to work. If not, you’re going to get voted out,” Flores told Fox News.
About the only loss Trump had for his endorsement list success rate was U.S. Rep. Nancy Mace of South Carolina’s win. Trump opposed Mace because she was one of the few Republican traitors who voted for his impeachment.
Still, South Carolina was not a total loss for Trump. He endorsed challenger Russell Fry who then went on to thump never-Trump incumbent GOP Rep. Tom Rice.Commentary Donald Trump elections