Of the roughly 200 candidates endorsed by former President Donald J. Trump in the 2022 midterm elections, many are running unopposed or face little-known, poorly funded opponents. But in contested races, those endorsed by Mr. Trump have won more times than they have lost.
Mr. Trump’s endorsement has helped propel some candidates to victory, like J.D. Vance in Ohio and Bo Hines in North Carolina. His picks also won critical primaries in Pennsylvania and West Virginia. But in Georgia, several of his candidates were resoundingly defeated, and he had mixed success in states like South Carolina and North Carolina.
Here is a look at his endorsement record in some of the most closely watched primaries.
In Georgia, several losses, and one victory
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