The Wall Street Journal: Trump-backed Brian Kemp wins Georgia GOP runoff for governor

Republican voters chose Trump favorite Brian Kemp over Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle in the Georgia gubernatorial primary runoff Tuesday, picking a social conservative over a favorite of the GOP establishment.

Kemp was declared the winner by the Associated Press. Kemp, a 55-year-old businessman and Georgia’s secretary of state, ran as a “politically incorrect conservative.” He appeared in ads with a shotgun, chain saw and truck, which he said he would use to round up illegal immigrants.

He got a boost last week when President Donald Trump endorsed him in a tweet, saying: “Brian is tough on crime, strong on the border and illegal immigration.

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