Woman Endorsed by Trump Wins Special Congressional Elections |

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Republican Julia Letlow has won a special election Saturday in Louisiana.

Voters in the state are filling two vacant House seats in the first special congressional elections of the year.

Letlow ran to replace her late husband, Luke, who was first elected to the seat in November but died of complications from Covid-19 in December.

Endorsed by former President Donald Trump, Letlow was favored to win Louisiana’s heavily Republican 5th Congressional District, but she managed to avoid a runoff election by surpassing the 50 percent threshold.

Trump, through his PAC, released a statement Saturday afternoon urging voters to turn out for Letlow, saying “she will never disappoint” and “is outstanding and so necessary to help save our Second Amendment, at the Border, and for our Military and Vets.”

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