US Midterm Elections 2022, Confirmations and New Elected Officials: A Map of Conservatives

US Midterm Elections 2022, Confirmations and New Elected Officials: A Map of Conservatives

Ron DeSantis was re-elected as Governor of FloridaAccording to CNN’s predictions for the 2022 US midterm elections that give a large margin for Republicans, 60%. DeSantis is one of the likely Republican candidates for the White House, and Donald Trump – who announced he will formalize his new presidential nomination next week – has been targeting the governor with attacks for days.

The current Democratic Governor of New YorkKathy Hoshol, who succeeded Andrew Cuomo and was forced to resign after a spate of sexual harassment allegations, is leading the race against Republican Lee Zelden.

Fox awarded victory for a third term as governor of Texas Republican Greg Abbott against Democratic candidate Beto O’Rourke.

Republican Mike DeWine was re-elected as governor ofOhioHe defeated Democrat Nan Whaley, according to forecasts by CNN and Fox News.

Republican Sarah Huckabee Sanders, a former White House press officer with Donald Trump between 2017 and 2019, is the new governor of Washington state.ArkansasShe is the first woman to hold this position in the United States. It’s a Fox projection. Huckabee Sanders defeated Democrat Chris Jones, a nuclear engineer and Baptist minister.

The Massachusetts, the US state of the Kennedy clan, has its first female governor: Democrat Maura Healey, who is also the first openly gay woman to lead the state. In the vote, he defeated Republican Jeff Diehl.

Wes More became the first African American governor of MarylandAccording to the expectations of the American media. A win for Wes, who would be the third African-American governor of the entire United States, restores Democrats to head of state after Republican Larry Hogan’s two terms. The Democrat defeated Republican candidate Dax Cox, the far-right congressman endorsed by Donald Trump.

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in GeorgiaAccording to CNN, the outgoing Republican governor, Brian Kemp, who has 53.8%, leads on 55% of the vote, compared to 45.6% for Democrat Stacey Abrams.

in ArizonaAccording to an NBC News forecast, it’s head-to-head between Trumpian Carrie Lake, the Republican nominee for governor’s presidency, and Democrat Katie Hobbs, the current secretary of state.

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