Last Updated on July 11, 2022
Trump-endorsed Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers has released a new campaign ad vowing to stop the “invasion” of America and “secure the Arizona border once and for all,” ahead of the state’s legislative primaries next month. After re-districting drew her into a new district, Rogers is facing a fellow Republican incumbent in the primary – one who has turned against the America First movement and towards the establishment, after failing to secure the support of President Trump.
“Biden’s un-American agenda has created an invasion which must be stopped,” Rogers, who helped spearhead the Arizona Audit, says in the new campaign ad. As the ad opens, viewers are shown scenes of massive illegal migrant caravans and America’s wide-open southern border, which has been crossed by over a million illegal aliens so far this year.
Instead of enforcing America’s borders and immigration laws, the Biden Administration has released the vast majority of those caught by Border Patrol agents into the United States.
“I’m Senator Wendy Rogers,” the ad goes on. “I’m fighting to secure the Arizona border once and for all. I’m proud to be endorsed by Kari Lake, Sheriff Joe, and President Trump,” Rogers continues in saying, flexing her America First credentials before the ad cuts to a scene of Rogers on stage at a packed rally.
“Together, we will restore our great country to what it is supposed to be,” says Rogers from the stage.
“Vote for me, Wendy Rogers, so I can continue to put America First and fight for you,” she says in closing.
Watch Sen. Wendy Rogers’ New Campaign Ad Below:
My TV ad Secure the Border that is on the air running right now. pic.twitter.com/M2RQdp3YCM
— Wendy Rogers (@WendyRogersAZ) July 10, 2022
Though she currently represents Arizona’s 6th Legislative District in the State Senate, Wendy Rogers, along with 16th District GOP incumbent Kelly Townsend, has been drawn into a new 7th District, where the two will face off in an August 2nd primary to determine the GOP nominee.
As reported by National File, Townsend had initially planned to spend 2022 running for Congress as an America First candidate but dropped out of her race and appeared to turn on the MAGA movement after failing to secure the endorsement of 45th President Trump. When she decided to seek the GOP’s State Senate nomination in the new 7th District that she and Rogers now share, she announced that she was running because she finds it “un-American” and “repulsive” that Rogers cohorts with prominent America First conservatives.
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According to a recent poll, Rogers is dominating the 7th District primary race, besting her opponent by more than a 30-point margin.
Poll: Trump-Endorsed AZ Audit Champion Wendy Rogers Leads BIG in GOP Primary Poll