Election deniers will be on the ballot in 48 of 50 states and make up more than half of all Republicans running for congressional and state offices in the midterm elections. Nearly 300 Republicans seeking those offices this November have denied or questioned the outcome of the last presidential election, according to a Washington Post analysis.
Many will win. More than 170 election deniers are running in districts or states where Republicans are expected to win, according to Cook Political Report race ratings and Partisan Voter Index. Another 46 are running in competitive races.
- Who’s on your ballot
- How the election will affect issues you care about
- How to make sure your vote counts
- Why the midterms matter
Select your state below to see which election deniers will be on the ballot and how competitive their races are expected to be.