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Cherlyn Arrington:
Running for SD-12

  • Self-identified as a “founding member” of the Oath Keepers
  • Attempted to contest the results of her 4-point 2020 election loss in the court system and through the legislature
  • Spread election fraud conspiracies on Twitter

Jon Petrick:
Running for AD-21

  • Described the insurrection as a “bunch of BS” and “a false narrative”
  • Falsely claimed on social media that the 2020 election was full of “irregularities” and that voter fraud occurred in almost every state
  • Shared a petition online to encourage decertification of 2020 election results

Jacob Deaville: Running for AD-37

  • Claimed Trump bears no responsibility for the violence on January 6th and that it was largely a “peaceful assembly” of Trump supporters
  • Falsely claimed that the 2020 election was decided by widespread tampering and fraud
  • Spread conspiracy theories from Project Veritas about voter fraud occurring in Nevada 


Paul Bodine, AD-41

  • Claimed falsely on social media that there were irregularities in the 2020 election and spread conspiracy theories about voter fraud
  • Spread false information about January 6th on social media, including Rudy Guiliani’s claims that the rioters entered and left the capitol peacefully
  • Used Proud Boy symbols on his personal YouTube page, where he posted videos of Proud Boys disrupting a GOP county meeting

Jenann Logan, AD-8

  • Promoted election conspiracy theories on social media

Ricci Rodriguez-Elkins, AD-30

  • Falsely claimed on social media that the 2020 election was stolen and has spread election conspiracy theories
  • Spread conspiracy theories about January 6th, including claims that BLM and Antifa were behind the insurrection
  • Falsely believes the 2020 election called into question the security of elections and has pledged to restrict voter access if elected

Stan Vaughan, AD-20

  • Just a few days after January 6th, made his Facebook profile picture a graphic saying “Biden is not my President”
  • Shared a photo on January 6 from inside the Capitol, calling it a “False Flag Event, NOT Trump supporters”
  • Vaughan joined the Oath Keepers in 2016, and later left the group over “concerns about how the group’s leaders spend its money”
  • Shared several articles from far-right publications claiming that the election was stolen on his personal Facebook page