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Kristi Noem Endorses Jane Timken For Senator

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Recently, South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem has expressed her utmost support for fellow-Republican and former Ohio GOP chair Jane Timken in her quest to become Sen. Rob Portman’s successor. Portman will be retiring soon and the pool of contenders is stacked with would-be candidates for the upcoming 2022 elections.

“I am proud to endorse Jane Timken for the United States Senate. I saw firsthand Jane’s leadership skills when she served as the first female Chairman of the Ohio Republican Party (ORP) and delivered the State of Ohio for President Trump by substantial margins in 2020,” Noem said in an official statement.

“Jane is a trailblazer who fights to keep Ohio red and she has never backed down from a fight. I am confident that Jane Timken will be a leader with grit, perseverance, and integrity, exactly what is needed to fight for Ohio values in Washington, DC,” Noem added.

Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, Jane Timken is a no nonsense leader who has stated in the past that if she becomes senator, she promises to impose economic, immigration and public safety policies similar to the ones close ally Donald Trump has focused on during his time in the White House.

“As your senator, I will advance the Trump agenda without fear or hesitation – fighting for American manufacturing and Ohio workers; defending the unborn and our Second Amendment; standing up for law enforcement and strong borders,” Timken stated in a campaign video released earlier this year.

In a recent interview with The National Desk’s Scott Thuman, Timken stated that she’s been “in the trenches fighting for that agenda, for secure borders, energy independence, lower taxes, and fiscally conservative policies.” 

“That’s what I’m going to take to the United States Senate,” she said.

Back in March, Timken was interviewed by news outlet the Jewish Insider wherein she talked about her close relationship with former president Donald Trump. She was also asked about her ongoing campaign and what her approach was like.

“I’ve spent the last four years traveling the state. I’ve been out there. The other candidates in this race have not; I’ve been there talking to voters repeatedly for the last four years,” TImken responded.

“So I have a unique understanding of the needs of the Ohio business leadership and their communities and their families. They know me. I’ve shown up. You have to win in Ohio. You have to show up and earn their support,” Timken added.

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