Sen­ate Repub­li­cans wor­ried new can­di­date will tank chances to win back cham­ber

The Sen­ate Repub­li­can cam­paign arm slammed Michi­gan Repub­li­can Sen­ate hope­ful Peter Mei­jer on Tues­day, express­ing con­cern over the for­mer con­gress­man­’s elec­tabil­i­ty in 2024.
The Nation­al Repub­li­can Sen­a­to­r­i­al Com­mit­tee has been endors­ing cen­trist can­di­dates it believes can win the gen­er­al elec­tion next year after a series of con­tro­ver­sial nom­i­nees failed to secure key seats in the Sen­ate in 2022. It has also asked spe­cif­ic can­di­dates it does not believe can win the gen­er­al elec­tion to bow out of their respec­tive races.
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“Peter Mei­jer isn’t viable in a pri­ma­ry elec­tion, and there’s wor­ry that if Mei­jer were nom­i­nat­ed, the base would not be enthused in the gen­er­al elec­tion,” NRSC Exec­u­tive Direc­tor Jason Thiel­man said in a state­ment to Politi­co.
Mei­jer, who is con­sid­ered a cen­trist Repub­li­can, like …