Matt Salmon ends race for Arizona governor

Former GOP Congressman Matt Salmon introduced his bid for the 2022 Arizona governor race in May 2021.

ARIZONA, USA — Former Arizona Congressman Matt Salmon introduced Tuesday he’s ending his marketing campaign for Arizona governor.

Salmon mentioned that “numbers are numbers and it has become clear to me that the path to first place victory is no longer a realistic possibility. Republican primary voters deserve more than having their votes split on August 2 and so I am leaving this race for the same reason that I entered it: Because it is what’s best for the people of Arizona.”

He went on to say he’s “proud of everything we have been able to accomplish together over the past year. I’ve been blessed with the best staff members, volunteers, and activists in Arizona, and I will forever be grateful for the tireless work and heartfelt passion that they gave to this campaign. Our ideas have changed this race for the better – there’s no doubt about that.”

The Republican candidates for Arizona governor are Kari Lake, Scott Neely, Karrin Taylor Robson, Paola Tulliani Zen.

The Democratic candidates are Katie Hobbs and Marco Lopez.

Salmon mentioned he would announce his subsequent steps within the coming days. He shouldn’t be saying presently which candidate he’s going to assist.

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