Rep. Anthony Gonzalez (R-Ohio), one of the 10 Republicans who voted to impeach former President Donald Trump, announced on Thursday that he will not seek reelection against a Trump-backed primary challenger next year. The two-term congressman in his announcement cited a desire to “build a fuller family life” and “the toxic dynamics inside our own party.” He was set to face Trump’s former aide, Max Miller—who was endorsed in February by Trump—in the 2022 primaries. Gonzalez, 37, a father of two children, said in a statement that the “best path” for him and his family is to “not seek reelection next fall,” citing the “chaotic political environment that currently infects our country.” The “toxic state” of the Republican Party is a “significant factor” in his decision to resign, he said. “Since entering politics, I have always said that I will do this job for as long as the voters will …


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