Election doubters and deniers running for Secretary of State in 2022

Georgia (Biden +0.2 pts. in 2020)
Rep. Jody Hice Objected to certification in Congress on Jan. 6, 2021. Trump Endorsed
David Belle Isle Said Georgia results should not have been certified.
Arizona (Biden +0.3 pts. in 2020)
State Rep. Mark Finchem Attended Stop the Steal rallies in Jan, and spoke of election fraud in Virginia before that state's governor's race. Trump Endorsed
State Rep. Shawnna Bolick Introduced bill that would give legislators the power to overturn an election, in response to fraud claims, and voted not to certify the 2020 election in Arizona.
Wisconsin* (Biden +0.6 pts. in 2020)
Jay Schroeder Called for Wisconsin electors to be rescinded in 2020.
Nevada (Biden +2.4 pts. in 2020)
Jim Marchant Said 2020 election was stolen from him and Trump.
Michigan (Biden +2.7 pts. in 2020)
Kristina Karamo Pushed 2020 election conspiracy theories, and conspiracy theory that it was actually Antifa who attacked the Capitol on Jan. 6. Trump Endorsed
Minnesota (Biden +7.2 pts. in 2020)
Kim Crockett Cast doubt on 2020 election results and broader election infrastructure.
Ohio (Trump +8 pts. in 2020)
John Adams Said there were "shenanigans" in the 2020 election that have not yet been resolved.
New Mexico (Biden +10.8 pts. in 2020)
Audrey Trujillo Shared a number of conspiracy theories about voter fraud on her personal twitter.
Colorado (Biden +13.5 pts. in 2020)
David Winney Campaign website linked to videos alleging fraud and says "the overwhelming evidence of stolen election(s) cannot be ignored."
Kansas (Trump +14.6 pts. in 2020)
Mike Brown Defended former President Trump "asking questions" about election results.
Illinois* (Biden +16.9 pts. in 2020)
William Kelly Called on Mike Pence to overturn the election on Jan. 6 due to "historic election fraud."
Nebraska (Trump +19.1 pts. in 2020)
Rex Schroder Shared numerous election conspiracies about voting machines and the 2020 election.
Alabama (Trump +25.5 pts. in 2020)
Wes Allen Voiced support for legal efforts to overturn the 2020 election.
Arkansas (Trump +27.6 pts. in 2020)
Eddie Joe Williams Said he's "not sure" if Biden actually won.
Mark Lowery Signed letter falsely claiming there was "rampant corruption" and fraud in the 2020 election.
California (Biden +29.2 pts. in 2020)
Rachel Hamm Attended QAnon conference last fall, and endorsed by election denial leader Mike Lindell.
Idaho (Trump +30.8 pts. in 2020)
Dorothy Moon Signed letter falsely claiming there was "rampant corruption" and fraud in the 2020 election.
Massachusetts (Biden +33.6 pts. in 2020)
Rayla Campbell Posted photos during a previous campaign wearing a QAnon shirt.

Note: *Secretary of State does not oversee elections in Wisconsin or Illinois