In spite of overwhelming evidence of election irregularities, Republican leaders in battleground states are failing to demonstrate the courage necessary to challenge election results in their states. While a few officials have made some effort to vet the issues, none have demonstrated the firm leadership necessary to actually challenge the election results.
Republican Legislature let down America.
I’m ashamed of them.
They completely misled the President and me.
All of us Republicans let them know what we think of them.
— Rudy W. Giuliani (@RudyGiuliani) December 4, 2020
These state officials need to hear from you NOW. Please call, email and post messages to them on social media. Demand that they take action to decertify election results until such time that outstanding legal challenges are resolved.
|Arizona||Doug DuceyGovernor602.542.4331Contact FormWebpageFacebook||Ignored President Trump's phone call and proceeded to certify election results in spite of ample evidence of election irregularities.
|Arizona||Rusty Bowers Speaker of the House602.firstname.lastname@example.orgWebpageFacebookTwitter||Slaped-down Trump legal team’s request to undoing certified vote despite evidence of election irregularities.|
|Arizona||Karen FannSenate President602.email@example.comWebpageFacebook||Authorized the Senate to issue subpoenas to the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors for a scanned ballot audit and full forensic audit of ballot tabulation equipment.|
|Georgia||Brian KempGovernor404.firstname.lastname@example.orgWebpageFacebookTwitter||Has repeatedly refused to call a special session to address election problems in spite of overwhelming evidence of fraud.|
|Georgia||David RalstonSpeaker of the House404.email@example.comWebpageFacebook||Reportedly has no intention in following-through on commitment made to President Trump to work towards special session.|
|Georgia||Butch MillerSenate President Pro Tempore404.firstname.lastname@example.orgWebpageFacebookTwitter||Supported calling a senate hearing to review election irregularities.|
|Michigan||Lee ChatfieldSpeaker of the House517.373.2629LeeChatfield@house.mi.govWebpageFacebookTwitter||Refuses to acknowledge that widespread evidence of Michigan election irregularities require action on the part of the Michigan legislature.|
|Michigan||Mike ShirkeySenate Majority Leader517.373.5932SenMShirkey@senate.michigan.govWebpageFacebookTwitter||Refuses to acknowledge that widespread evidence of Michigan election irregularities require action on the part of the Michigan legislature.
|Pennsylvania||Jake CormanSenate President Pro Tempore717.787.1377Contact FormWebpageFacebookTwitter||Claims there is no evidence of misdoing in the election.|
|Pennsylvania||Kerry BenninghoffHouse Majority Leader814.355.1300 Contact FormWebpageFacebookTwitter||Issued joint statement with other PA Republican lawmakers saying "“The General Assembly lacks the authority to take action to overturn the popular vote and appoint our own slate of presidential electors,” it read. “While we clearly recognize the need for legislative action to address the issues presented by the 2020 General Election, some of the actions requested by our residents would require us to disregard the statutes and Constitution we have fought so hard to protect.”|
|Wisconsin||Robin VosSpeaker of the House608.email@example.com WebpageFacebookTwitter||Convened a public hearing on election integrity concerns in Wisconsin.|
|Wisconsin||Roger RothSenate President608.266.0718Sen.Roth@legis.wisconsin.govWebpageFacebookTwitter|