Many Republican midterm candidates keep pushing Trump’s stolen election claims

Many republican midterm candidates keep pushing trump's stolen election claims

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It is just over a month away from critical midterm elections in the United States, when Americans will vote for members of Congress, along with voting in statewide races like the race for governor.

And with those crucial votes just weeks away, some Republican candidates are perpetuating former president Donald Trump’s lies that the 2020 presidential election was stolen from him— and many voters believe them.

Jackson Proskow explains the implications for the future of American democracy.

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