Election deniers on ballot: What does this mean for democracy?

Posted on AllSides September 8th, 2022
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2022 Elections, Elections, 2020 Election, Election Fraud, Democracy
Mary Altaffer/AP

Some Republicans who deny the validity of the 2020 vote are running for office in 2022. If they win, what happens to trust in U.S. elections?

Mark Finchem, the Republican candidate to become Arizona’s top election official, secretary of state, has said he would not have certified President Joe Biden’s victory there in 2020.

Kristina Karamo, the GOP nominee for Michigan secretary of state, claims that the 2020 vote there was rife with fraud and that former President Donald Trump – not President Biden, who won the state by 154,000...

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