“I don’t know why anyone would want to leave Jersey,” the former “Jersey Shore” star said in a video posted by Mr. Fetterman.
Ms. Peters, the Mesa County clerk accused of overseeing a breach of election equipment, went to Las Vegas this week to speak at an event. A judge said the trip violated her bond conditions.
Partly in response to Georgia’s voting law, Faith Works, a new project with an initial budget of $2.6 million, will organize get-out-the-vote efforts at more than 1,000 churches.
Ms. Peters, who has become a celebrity in far-right circles, was beaten by Ms. Anderson, a longtime election official who has been a vocal opponent of misinformation about the 2020 contest.
Mr. Marchant, an organizer of the ‘America First’ slate of candidates who deny the 2020 election’s validity, won the Republican primary for secretary of state in a key political battleground.
Mr. Mastriano, the Republican nominee for governor in Pennsylvania, appointed a like-minded Trump loyalist who, just as he did, tried to overturn the 2020 election results.
He promoted himself as a champion of “election integrity” and rebutted falsehoods made by Donald Trump and his allies.
Unlike Pennsylvania, no states voting on Tuesday have a law that prevents election officials from processing absentee ballots before Election Day.
Election officials are not allowed to begin opening and processing mail-in and absentee ballots before 7 a.m. on Election Day, which could lead to delays.
The endorsement by Jake Corman, who dropped out of the race, represents the starkest step yet for Republicans who are trying to halt the primary’s front-runner, Doug Mastriano.