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WORST OF THE WORST

Eric Brakey:
Running for SD-20

  • Downplayed the insurrection and shared claims of a stolen election
  • Echoed Great Replacement Theory rhetoric, including that Democrats are trying a “mass importation of new voters,” that has inspired mass shooters and has called the Southern Poverty Law Center “a hate group”

Jeffery Hanley:
Running for SD-14

  • Repeatedly shared claims of a stolen election and followed a Facebook page that spread misinformation about the 2020 election
  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence

MORE THREATS

John Andrews, HD-30

  • Signed onto legal efforts to block Michigan and other states from certifying their election results in an attempt to overturn the 2020 election results
  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence

Susan Bernard, SD-1

  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence

Mark Blier, HD-138

  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence

Richard Bradstreet, HD-61

  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence

Meldon Carmichael, HD-18

  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence

Amanda Collamore, HD-68

  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence

Jonathan Connor, HD-96

  • Warned “without voter integrity, there can be no democracy” and expressed support for putting up legal barriers to the ballot box

Danny Costain, HD-33

  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence

Gary Drinkwater, HD-27

  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence

John Ducharme, HD-71

  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence

Billy Bob Faulkingham, HD-12

  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence

Steven Foster, HD-32

  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence

Randall Greenwood, HD-56

  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence

Abigail Griffin, HD-34

  • Months after the election was over, joined calls for a 50-state audit of the 2020 presidential election and possible decertification of the results
  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence

Randall Hall, HD-74

  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence

Sherman Hutchins, HD-17

  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence

Kathy Javner, HD-29

  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence

MaryAnne Kinney, SD-11

  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence

Michael Lemelin, HD-53

  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence

Laurel Libby, HD-90

  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence

Peter Lyford, SD-10

  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence

Sheila Lyman, HD-76

  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence

Thomas Martin Jr., HD-92

  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence

Richard Mason, HD-97

  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence

Sawin Millett Jr., HD-81

  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence

Joshua Morris, HD-91

  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence

Daniel Newman, HD-58

  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence

James Orr HD-59

  • Implied it was suspicious he lost his last race after absentee ballots were counted
  • Shares fake news and election conspiracies on social media

Wayne Parry, HD-140

  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence

Michael Perkins, SD-16

  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence

Jennifer Poirier, HD-70

  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence

Tracy Quint, HD-81

  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence

Mark Rouillard, HD-149

  • Downplayed the January 6th attack on the Capitol, said there were no weapons found and promoted a debunked documentary that claimed the election was stolen
  • Repeatedly implied support for violence against political opponents, ominously noting “we hold to [sic] many guns for this crap to fly” 

Shelley Rudnicki, HD-67

  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence

Heidi Sampson, HD-136

  • Months after the election was over, joined calls for a 50-state audit of the 2020 presidential election and possible decertification of the results.
  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence

James Thorne, HD-35

  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence

Joseph Underwood, HD-5

  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence

Nathan Wadsworth, SD-22

  • Voted “No” on a resolution to condemn the January 6th insurrection and related violence