By Brandon Moseley

Congressman Mo Brooks (R-AL-5) continues to pile up the endorsements in his bid for U.S. Senate. The latest is from a state senator from Arizona, Wendy Rogers.

“I wholeheartedly endorse Congressman Mo Brooks for United States Senate in Alabama,” Rogers said in a statement. “Mo Brooks has a staunchly conservative, pro-family & pro-America record in Congress. He stood with us when others didn’t & he supports a forensic audit of the 2020 election, our gun rights, strong borders, & law and order. Mo Brooks is also endorsed by President Trump – we need him in the United States Senate. All patriots, please support Mo Brooks and get behind his campaign.”

“Thank you, Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers, for endorsing my conservative campaign for the U.S. Senate,” Brooks said. “Join Wendy Rogers in endorsing my campaign.”

Sen. Rogers endorsement follows that of U.S. Senators Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and Rand Paul (R-Kentucky), Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Green (R-Georgia), Congressman Barry Moore (R-AL02), former President Donald J. Trump (R), Club for Growth, Freedom Works, Senate Conservatives Fund, and national talk radio host Mark Levine, Americans for Legal Immigration PAC, National Association for Gun Rights, Alabama Republican Party Chairman Bill Armistead, State Rep. Arnold Mooney, and Alabama talk radio hosts Dale Jackson and David Earnest.

Brooks faces a crowded Republican primary field that includes: businesswoman Jessica Taylor, decorated veteran Mike Durant, former Business Council of Alabama President and CEO Katie Boyd Britt, and former Ambassador to Slovenia Lynda Blanchard.

The former Mayor of Brighton, Brandaun Dean, is running for the Democratic nomination.

Incumbent Sen. Richard Shelby (R-Alabama) is retiring and won’t be seeking a seventh term in the Senate.

The Republican primary is May 24, 2022.