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Business man running for Governor gets support from Trump Jr
Wyoming Republican gubernative candidate Foster Friess reacted to the glowing confirmation of the President’s son.
President Trump endorsed Republican Foster Friess, a wealthy man of conservative business, the in Wyoming the Governor’s election primary on Tuesday.
“He is a fantastic Governor! Strong Crime, Borders & 2. Change. Loves our military and our vets. He has my complete and total endorsement!” Trump said in a tweet.
The incredible people in the Great U.S. state of Wyoming: Go VOTE TODAY for Foster Friess – He is a fantastic Governor! Strong Crime, Borders & 2. Change. Loves our military and our vets. He has my complete and total endorsement!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 21, 2018
Friess, 78, said before Fox News Wyoming needs a political “outsider”, especially a businessman, as a Governor.
“In business, you learn to prioritize,” Friess said. “The other thing about business is that you’re very sensitive to cost.”
Friess has also been confirmed from sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., and Donald Trump, Jr., the President of the oldest son.
He has a large network of political allies of his year-long donations to conservative candidates and initiatives, including the trump card in the 2016 campaign. He is also an important contribution to Christian causes.
FOX NEWS MIDTERM ELECTIONS-CENTRAL
Friess replace faces five other Republican contenders vying for the nomination to outgoing GOP Gov. Matt Mead. The other three major competitors: the business man Sam Galeotos, state Treasurer Mark Gordon, and attorney Harriet hageman.
Bill Dahlin, and Taylor Haynes, who face questions of whether he is entitled to be governor due to residency disputes, also run as a Republican.
Hageman, far more than the other, has criticised their opponents — especially for what she says, this is a lot to think about liberal. A natural resource attorney for the ranchers, who claim they had a lot of Wyoming’s farm and ranch vote.
Galeotos, on the other hand, focuses on the technology as paving the way for Wyoming’s economy, which is dependent on the extraction of fossil fuels.
ALASKA VOTERS, SELECT REPUBLICAN GOVERNOR CANDIDATE FOR THE 3-WAY RACE TO BE THE LEADING STATE
The winner of the Republican primary will likely face state Rep. Mary to the throne in the General election. Throne in front of three little-known Democrats in the primary Tuesday.
Fox News has ranked Wyoming gubernatorial elections as likely to be Republicans. Trump solid Democrat Hillary Clinton beat in Wyoming, in the 2016 election with 70 percent of the vote.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Kaitlyn Schallhorn is a Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter: @K_Schallhorn.