The GOP from South Carolina and Kansas has President Trump’s Back.
Kansas's and South Carolina's Republican Party on Saturday voted to cancel their GOP primaries in 2020 ahead of the presidential race.
"With no legitimate primary challenger and President Trump's record of results, the decision was made to save South Carolina taxpayers over $1.2 million and forgo an unnecessary primary," South Carolina GOP Chairman Drew McKissick said in a statement, according to the Associated Press. "President Trump and his administration have delivered for South Carolinians, and we look forward to ensuring that Republican candidates up and down the ballot are elected in 2020."
The Kansas GOP tweeted Friday that it will not organize a caucus because "President Trump is an elected incumbent from the Republican Party."