Delaware Today reports:
Political newcomer Lauren Witzke will be the GOP’s candidate to try to unseat Sen. Chris Coons. Witzke took nearly 57 percent of the vote to defeat James DeMartino – winning by a margin of close to 10,000 votes.
After the race was called, Witzke took to Twitter to thank voters and tout her America First foreign policy stance – which largely mirrors President Trump’s including support for a wall along the southern U.S. border.
Witzke has been a vocal supporter of law enforcement, the second amendment and a moratorium on immigration. She has run under the slogan “Restore the Family.” She has also posted social media messages expressing support for the QAnon conspiracy theory.
Jared Holt reports at Right Wing Watch:
Witzke’s campaign has been marked by its closeness to extremists. Witzke is campaigning on a staunch anti-immigration platform, calling for a 10-year halt on immigration into the United States, and has associated with white nationalists. She was endorsed by Rep. Paul Gosar of Arizona, who has his own longtime ties to far-right nationalists.
After her win, she thanked white nationalist and anti-Semitic podcaster Nick Fuentes, who congratulated her on the victory.
She also shared congratulations on Twitter from far-right users, including Gateway Pundit contributor Cassandra Fairbanks, far-right columnist Michelle Malkin, white nationalist organization VDARE, and far-right Twitter account Columbia Bugle.