Trump-endorsed Brian Jack advances to Georgia GOP primary runoff

Trump Senior Adviser Brian Jack has advanced to the GOP primary runoff election for Georgia’s 3rd Congressional District.

Jack, who was endorsed by the former president, will be running against Mike Dugan on June 18 after a winner was not declared in Tuesday’s election.

The Peach State seat was vacant after Republican Drew Ferguson announced he would not be seeking re-election in 2024. 

Before jumping into the congressional race, Jack served as the White House political director under former President Trump.

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The Republican, who works as a senior adviser to the former president’s re-election campaign, received an endorsement from Trump. 

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The Trump-endorsed win came in Georgia, a state where the former president is facing charges related to allegedly attempting to overturn the results of the 2020 election.

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District Attorney Fani Willis, who is spearheading the Georgia case against Trump, is also up for re-election and won the Democratic primary on Tuesday.

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