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Save America is declaring an “unprecedented success” by President Donald J. Trump in 2022. Trump endorsed more than 330 candidates during the election cycle and has hosted 30 rallies across 17 states in the last 18 months.

In addition, Trump hosted more than 50 in-person fundraisers in support of candidates up for re-election. He delivered remarks on more than 60 tele-rallies and automated calls in support of Republicans.

Trump raised nearly $350 million this cycle for GOP candidates and party committees. Make America Great Again Inc., spent $16.4 million in five weeks in support of U.S. Senate, gubernatorial and attorney general races across the country.

It spent $4 million opposing Mark Kelly and supporting Blake Masters in Arizona.

It spent $3.6 million opposing Raphael Warnock in Georgia.

It spent $3.4 million opposing John Fetterman in Pennsylvania.

It spent $2.4 million opposing Tim Ryan in Ohio.

It spent $2.1 million opposing Catherine Cortez Masto and supporting Adam Laxalt in Nevada.

It spent $1 million opposing Gretchen Whitmer and Dana Nessel in Michigan.

Trump-endorsed Senate candidates went 21-0 in primary elections. Save America said that when Trump endorsed J.D. Vance in Ohio, he was fifth in polling for the Republican nomination.

He endorsed Masters in June when Masters was third in polling.

Trump endorsed Dr. Oz when Oz was down seven points in the polling.

Two of the three GOP Senators up for re-election this year who voted to impeach Trump retired rather than faced voters. Another Senator who voted to impeach Trump and was not up for re-election opted to resign this year.

Trump is celebrating his efforts in Texas where Monica De La Cruz and Wesley Hunt were endorsed by him and won without needing a runoff despite having nine candidates in one field and 10 in the other.

Eight of the 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump either retired or lost their re-election bids. Only one Republican remains after 66 percent of voters chose one of his six opponents. That House Republican survived with just 34 percent of the vote.


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