8 things to watch in Tuesday's primaries
With fewer than 100 days until the general election , the final rounds of 2022 midterms primaries will come fast and furious over the next six weeks, beginning with a busy Tuesday featuring key contests around the country.
Here are eight things to watch on Tuesday:Arizona governor primary pits Trump against PenceThe race to replace term-limited Arizona Gov.
Doug Ducey, a Republican, pits Ducey's chosen candidate, Karrin Taylor Robson, against a Trump-endorsed former television journalist Kari Lake.
Pence used his Arizona trip to urge the GOP to move past Trump's lies about fraud in the 2020 election and look forward.
Masters faces other Republicans who have rejected the 2020 election outcome, including businessman Jim Lamon, who touts his efforts to fund the bogus review of Maricopa County's 2020 results.
A pro-Meijer group launched a television ad over the weekend highlighting Democrats' involvement in the Republican primary.
Even Trump, whom Greitens has sought to align himself with, is hedging -- likely because he fears Greitens could be defeated in a general election.
Trump on Friday endorsed Tudor Dixon, a conservative commentator who has falsely claimed that Trump won the 2020 election.
Retired pastor Ralph Rebandt said he is "convinced that we would find the fraud" in the 2020 election with a "full forensic audit."
And chiropractor Garrett Soldano has touted a film that promotes an unproven conspiracy theory about the 2020 election.
The party is also expected to pick Trump-backed election deniers in the races for secretary of state and attorney general.
But those races aren't on Tuesday's primary ballot; instead, Republicans will make their choices official at a party convention in August.