Senator Mitt Romney (R-UT), Senate number two Republican John Thune (R-SD), and even Senator Lindsay Graham (R-SC) are saying that focusing on the 2020 election and possible fraud will distract Republican voters, alienate moderates, and cost Republicans potential pickups in 2022.
It’s a myth.
In the swing states, where primaries rage for governor and senator, focusing on the 2020 election is key to winning Republican primaries. And the GOP primary winner can then pivot to other issues in the general election.
In Pennsylvania’s Governor race, for example, Republican pipe fitter Dave White, a blue-collar candidate, jumped out to a lead in the State Committee by charging fraud in the 2020 election in his state and attacking his opponents over the issue. White, who is surging and has out-raised all other candidates (partly by self-funding), says that his opponents in the primary, Senate president Jake Corman and former U.S. Attorney Bill McSwain did nothing to stop the fraud. He charges that Corman voted for Senate Bill 77 that allowed no excuse mail in votes and that McSwain, as US Attorney, decided not to prosecute voting fraud.
In the swing states, where the shenanigans took place, the issue of voter fraud is vital to Republican primary voters and those who ignore it are destined never to even see their names on the ballot in the general election.
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