Tudor Dixon’s name will officially be on the ballot for Michigan governor after winning the primary race on Tuesday, the Associated Press reports.
The conservative media personality led the Republican gubernatorial primary election with the majority of the votes after facing off against four male candidates: Kevin Rinke, Garrett Soldano, Ryan Kelley, and Ralph Rebandt, per NPR.
In response to Dixon’s victory, Nancy Wang, executive director of Voters Not Politicians – the preeminent voting rights and democracy organization in Michigan – said in a statement: “Tonight we are dismayed to see the GOP celebrate and validate the gubernatorial candidacy of a well-known election denier, who has repeatedly shown she is a danger to our democracy.”
This story was originally published by People Magazine. Read more here: https://people.com/politics/tudor-dixon-wins-michigan-gop-primary-will-now-face-incumbent-democrat-gretchen-whitmer/