Tudor Dixon, who defeated a crowded field of Republicans to become the party’s nominee for governor in Michigan, told Newsmax Saturday that the message her campaign sent is that “hard work and family values are winning right now.”
“We knew this was going to be a hard race from the beginning,” Dixon, whose campaign had been endorsed by former President Donald Trump, said on Newsmax’s “Wake Up America Weekend.” “We knew that we would have to put in the work and meet with people across the state for the first year, which is what we did, and we had a great message coming out and talking about bringing back schools.”
In Michigan, the state’s schools are 38th in the nation and are on the path of being in the bottom five by 2030 without changes, but “parents are engaged in a way they’ve never been engaged before,” said Dixon.
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