The election integrity dream team dominated Arizona’s primaries, with Trump-endorsed candidates Abe Hamadeh, Mark Finchem, and Wendy Rogers cruising to decisive victories. Kari Lake has declared victory as well, although her race has not yet been called due to continued ballot counting in Maricopa County.
With support from the 45th president, Abe Hamadeh won the Republican primary for Arizona attorney general after the Associated Press called the race Wednesday morning. Hamadeh led Rodney Glassman and Andrew Gould on Tuesday, with other Republican competitors trailing far behind, AZ Central reported.
Hamadeh will face off against Democrat opponent Kris Mayes in November.
The same is true of state Rep. Mark Finchem, the secretary of state candidate who continued to lead his GOP opponents and received the nomination with 41 percent of the vote as of Wednesday. The congressman, a strong advocate for election integrity, will go head-to-head with the Democrat nominee in November.