Election Deniers On the Ballot in 2022 Could Upset the 2024 Elections

Election deniers on the ballot in 2022 could upset the 2024 elections

Bloomberg Quicktake: Now published this video item, entitled “Election Deniers On the Ballot in 2022 Could Upset the 2024 Elections” – below is their description.

Candidates who insist that Donald Trump was robbed of victory in 2020 were nominated by Republican voters for key positions in the five states most likely to determine the outcome of the 2024 presidential race, setting them up for jobs where they could throw the election into chaos.

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