The 2022 elections were about a lot of different things, but mostly about inflation, crime, and abortion. There were also gas prices and the war in Ukraine, and voter fraud.
Here is a list of trending Republican wins.
The Red Wave Has Begun: Republicans Win Seat Held by Democrats for Nearly 30 Years. Guam’s first Republican non-voting delegate to the House of Representatives in more than 30 years was elected this year.
According to the Pacific Island Times, Moylan declared throughout the campaign that he would assist the island get the attention it deserves in Congress. In Congress, we need to create relationships and alliances, and this will assist Guam in negotiating for more equity. We need to work toward higher status because it will help Guam’s standing on the table, he stated.
Moylan, a current state legislator, was a U.S. Army soldier and a Guam Department of Corrections parole officer.
Tuesday marked the re-election of Marjorie Taylor Greene, the first-term George Republican who has been giving Democrats problems since taking office.
Greene beat Democrat Marcus Flowers by more than 60 percent of the vote to more than 30 percent as of late Tuesday, securing an easy victory even though she was widely predicted to win.
NBC News estimates that Republican Georgia Governor Brian Kemp will win re-election, defeating Democratic challenger Stacey Abrams.
Kemp, who defeated Abrams in 2018, is anticipated to receive more than 50% of the vote. Therefore there will be no runoff election.
Soon after polls closed on Election Day, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis delivered a heated victory speech after achieving a decisive re-election victory.
The governor made it plain that he would maintain the policies and beliefs that have made him a national star among conservatives and a focus of political attack from the left.
We have adopted liberty. We have upheld the rule of law. We have preserved parental rights. We have high regard for our taxpayers. And we reject awakened ideology, he said to a resounding applause.
The governor pledged to a gathering of roaring supporters that we would never, ever capitulate to the woke mob.
“Florida is where woke goes to die!”
Sarah Huckabee Sanders has been proclaimed the victor of the Arkansas gubernatorial election. Sanders, age forty, was press secretary for former U.S. President Donald Trump and is the daughter of Arkansas’ 44th governor, Mike Huckabee.
According to The Associated Press, she became the state’s first female governor after defeating Democrat Chris Jones. Sanders earned 60 percent of the vote compared to Jones’ 38.1 percent with 40 percent of the ballots counted.
Sanders will succeed Asa Hutchinson, a Republican governor whose term has expired and who has announced his desire to run for president.
According to KARK-TV, this is the first time since Reconstruction that Arkansas has had consecutive Republican governors. It is also the first time a child of a governor of Arkansas has been elected to the same post.
J.D. Vance, a Republican, will be the next U.S. Senator from Ohio, keeping the seat in Republican control.
Marine veteran Vance, educated at Yale, defeated Democratic Representative Tim Ryan in the bid to succeed retiring Senator Rob Portman. In a state that former President Donald Trump won by eight points in 2020, Republicans were predicted to keep the seat, but during the whole campaign, Ryan was in a statistical tie with Vance, according to polls.
A venture investor and Ohio native who returned home to run for the Senate, Vance catapulted to notoriety in 2016 as the author of “Hillbilly Elegy,” a best-selling book that garnered significant attention during the 2016 presidential campaign.
Republican Ted Budd has won the Senate election in North Carolina, defeating Democrat Cheri Beasley and thwarting her party’s hopes of winning the vacant seat by outgoing Republican Sen. Richard Burr in a critical swing state.
He is an outspoken admirer of former President Donald Trump, who has backed him and voted against certifying the 2020 election results. Budd has referred to the individuals who stormed the Capitol on January 6 as “patriots” and is a co-sponsor of a measure to outlaw abortions after 15 weeks nationally.
Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott won a third term Tuesday night, defeating Democrat Beto O’Rourke in a midterm election that challenged the course of America’s largest red state following the shooting at Uvalde High School and the passage of a tough new abortion restriction.
“Texans delivered a resounding message tonight,” Abbott said at a victory rally in McAllen, a southern border city.
Tuesday, Republican U.S. Rep. Nancy Mace of South Carolina defeated Democrat Annie Andrews to retain her 1st District seat as the main parties fought for control of the U.S. House of Representatives.
Jack Bergman, a Republican, is reelected to the U.S. House from Michigan’s 1st Congressional District.
Tracy Cramer, a Republican who has never held public office, looks to have beaten Anthony Medina, the Democratic contender for House District 22, which includes Woodburn, Northeast Salem, and other areas of Marion County.
Ashley Hinson is reelected to the U.S. House from Iowa’s 2nd Congressional District as a Republican.