America First Candidate Karoline Leavitt Beats RINO Challengers in Intense Primary

Karoline Leavitt, a 25-year-old Trump-endorsed candidate for New Hampshire’s First Congressional District, claimed a momentous victory last night when she beat her McCarthy-backed opponent Matt Mowers by almost a 10-point margin.

Leavitt, one of Gen-Z’s first members to run for Congress, has been an avid supporter of the growing America First movement sweeping the country. She also has a remarkable track record of work in the White House and Capitol Hill, receiving staunch support from her former boss Elise Stefanik (NY-21).

Karoline’s race drew wide media coverage when both House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (CA-23) and Minority Whip Steve Scalise (LA-1) endorsed her opponent, while she reeled in the support of Former President Donald J. Trump. The biggest factor differentiating the two candidates was Leavitt’s refusal to condemn Trump’s belief that he won the 2020 election, something Mowers didn’t directly address.


This win is another triumph for Trump, as his endorsed candidates continue racking up victories all over the country. However, Karoline’s success also demonstrates that Americans are supporting America First candidates fed up with fiscal irresponsibility, woke policy agendas, and the US’ diminishing reputation on the world stage.

Leavitt’s win also sets a precedent for a continually-surging demographic of young Gen-Z Americans who are a huge part of the America First movement, perhaps because it paves the way for a prosperous and stable life in the future.

So while leftist D.C. media pundits and other Washington elites continue to flounder in the rising red wave, candidates like Leavitt are sprouting everywhere.

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