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HUGE WIN: America First Republican Karoline Leavitt Defeats RINO Matt Mowers in New Hampshire Battleground Primary

Republican Congressional Candidate from New Hampshire’s First Congressional District, Karoline Leavitt, secured a competitive primary win on Tuesday by defeating her RINO opponent and establishment puppet, Matt Mowers.

Leavitt, the 25-year-old candidate will now be facing off Democrat incumbent congressman Rep. Chris Pappas in the battleground state’s general election come November.

Leavitt, the former assistant press secretary to President Trump is a first-time candidate and was running on America First values. While her major opponents, Matt Mowers, the former state GOP chair, and Gail Huff Brown, wife of former U.S. Massachusetts Senator, Scott Brown.

Leavitt was backed by many prominent members of the House Freedom Caucus, including Senators Ted Cruz (Texas), Mike Lee (Utah), Rep. Elise Stefanik (New York), Jim Jordan (Ohio) and Byron Donalds (Florida), and former Trump DoD Chief of Staff, Kash Patel, all prominent supporters of President Trump.

While Mowers had support from the establishment base of the Republican Party, including House Minority Leader, Rep. Kevin McCarthy (California), House Minority Whip Steve Scalise (Louisiana), and former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley.

“Tonight, team Karoline, we defied the odds,” Leavitt said in her victory speech shortly after 11:00 p.m. local time. “And tonight, team Karoline, we are sending a strong and clear message to the Washington, DC, establishment and our Democrat opponents that our votes cannot be bought, that our conservative voices cannot be silenced, and the future of our beautiful, great Live Free or Die state is ours.”

Leavitt, who is just 25 years old, just meets the legal age to join congress and would become the youngest Congresswoman upon defeating her Democrat opponent, incumbent, Rep. Chris Pappas, and would flip a 5-year-old Democrat district.

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Leavitt’s victory in a battleground state primary says a lot about Republican voters’ preference, of keeping away from establishment-backed figures and siding with America First candidates.

Despite having more than millions of dollars of funding leverage from establishment PAC, and leading major polls just ahead of the Primary, Mowers had a double-digit loss against Leavitt.

“As many of you know, my youth is one of the many reasons that I felt compelled to run for Congress in the first place,” Leavitt said in her speech. “Because it’s my generation of Americans, your children, your grandchildren, who are not being served well by the current state of our education system, our media, and our entire culture.” She added.

In her victory speech Tuesday night, Leavitt targeted Pappas far-left radical voting record, and siding with President Joe Biden on most progressive, and globalist issues including large finding bills, assault weapons ban, amnesty bills supporting illegal immigration, late-term abortions, etc.

“Chris Pappas has campaigned his entire political career as a moderate bipartisan voice for our district, but he has voted as a far-left socialist Democrat,” Leavitt said on Tuesday.

Leavitt said, “This upcoming election in November is about one thing, stopping the radical Biden-Pelosi-Pappas socialist agenda in its tracks that has been ripping off hardworking families likes yours and mine every single day.”

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