Friday, September 22

Who are the ‘choice deniers’ running for office in 2022?

Greetings, OnPolitics readers!

It’s Amy here with a special USA TODAY Network project to share.

Across the country, more than 300 candidates who have either questioned or renounced the 2020 outcome without providing evidence will be on the ballot in 2022.

They are vying for Congress, governor, attorney general and secretary of state, and a significant number are running in vital battleground states that propelled Joe Biden into the White House.

USA TODAY Network examined seven of those swing states Biden won in 2020 — Arizona, Georgia, Wisconsin, Michigan, pennsylvania, new Mexico and Snowfall — representing a total of 84 electoral votes.

“We hear stories about all this is what’s happening nationally, but we have to remember that we don’t have a national election. We have 50 different elections,” said USA TODAY reporter Philip M. Baileywho wrote the overarching story.

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