This article by Ian Vandewalker is published by the Brennan Center for Justice. Here is an excerpt:
In Pennsylvania’s primary election Tuesday, voters will choose the nominees for the seat being vacated by Gov. Tom Wolf (D). Election denial — the stance that President Biden didn’t actually win the 2020 election — has loomed large in the contest. The issue has the potential to affect the 2024 elections, since Pennsylvania’s governor appoints the secretary of the commonwealth, who is the state’s chief elections official.
Amid national attention to this battleground state, the leading candidates in both parties have focused on election denial in their pitches to voters. Although there are several election deniers who have posted multi-million-dollar fundraising, the candidate who has opposed the Big Lie, Attorney General Josh Shapiro (D), has raised more than all the election deniers combined.
In the Republican primary, polls show State Sen. Doug Mastriano with a comfortable lead, followed by former Rep. Lou Barletta, former Delaware County Commissioner Dave White, and former U.S. Attorney Bill McSwain. All but McSwain have embraced the Big Lie.
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