Tudor Dixon has won Michigan's Republican nomination for governor, having emerged from one of this most

turbulent primary elections in the state where the general elections could have significant implications

The former media personality from the conservative side who snagged the endorsement in the last week

from the former President Donald Trump, will face Democratic Governor.

Early results have put Dixon ahead of four other candidates which included the chiropractor Garrett Soldano

Kevin Rinke, a former Detroit-area automobile dealer who lent $10,000 to support his candidacy as well as Ryan

Kelley, a real estate agent and right-wing political activist that was briefly considered a front-runner

following his arrest for misdemeanors of involvement in the uprising at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 in 2021.

Dixon in her address to her supporters in the Downtown Grand Rapids hotel, took the utmost ire at Whitmer.


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