Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ), who objected to electors on January 6th is considering an Arizona senate bid.
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House Freedom Caucus Chairman Rep. Andy Biggs is considering running for Senate in Arizona next year, The Hill reported on Tuesday.
Biggs, who is one of former President Donald Trump’s biggest supporters in the House, told The Hill that he’s “trying to gauge how much support I might have” by “talking to people, seeing what it would look like, talking about how much it would be.”
His statement comes as Trump and his backers have said they would help boost candidates who have staunchly defended the former president and target Republican lawmakers who have rebuked him.
Internal polls are on Bigg’s side:
Recent internal polling, obtained by The Hill and commissioned by Biggs and conducted by Arizona-based Data Orbital, shows Biggs having a sizable lead of 36.1 percent of likely voters in the primary saying they would vote for him, followed by McGuire with 2.6 percent, Adams with 1.5 percent, Masters with 1.3 percent and Lehman with 1 percent.
Trump promised to back strong MAGA candidates. Rep. Andy Biggs is that.
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