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Liberal group targets Republicans who voted to overturn 2020 election : politics

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The article states they’re only targeting a handful of the 147 Reps and Senators who voted to object:

https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2021/01/07/us/elections/electoral-college-biden-objectors.html

BUT…

Everyone forgets the Representatives who signed on to support the Supreme Court case coup attempt, but who didn’t vote to object to the votes on January 6th/7th. A lot of them are still seated Reps (bolded).

Sorted by state:

Bradley Byrne (of) AL (ran for Senate and lost, no longer Rep)

Tom McClintock CA (also signed a letter casting doubt on election legitimacy)

Ken Buck CO (also signed a letter casting doubt on election legitimacy)

Gus Bilirakis FL

Ross Spano FL (lost 2020 primary, no longer Rep)

Michael Waltz FL

Ted Yoho FL (didn’t run in 2020, no longer Rep)

Doug Collins GA (ran for Senate and lost, no longer Rep)

A. Drew Ferguson GA

Austin Scott GA

Mike Simpson ID

Darin LaHood IL

Trey Hollingsworth IN

Steve King IA (lost 2020 primary, no longer Rep)

Ralph Abraham LA (did not run in 2020, no longer Rep)

Bill Huizenga MI

John Moolenaar MI

Tom Emmer MN

Pete Stauber MN

Ann Wagner MO

Greg Gianforte MT (ran for Governor and won, no longer Rep)

Jeff Fortenberry NE

Mark Walker NC (did not run in 2020, no longer Rep)

Robert Latta OH

Brad Wenstrup OH

Kevin Brady TX

K. Michael Conaway TX (did not run in 2020, no longer Rep)

Dan Crenshaw TX

Bill Flores TX (did not run in 2020, no longer Rep)

Kenny Marchant TX (did not run in 2020, no longer Rep)

Cathy McMorris Rodgers WA

Dan Newhouse WA

https://www.mercurynews.com/2020/12/12/list-the-126-congress-members-19-states-and-2-imaginary-states-that-backed-texas-suit-over-trump-defeat/

And nearly every Republican in Congress voted to not impeach or convict Trump, thus providing aid and comfort for the leader of the insurrection.

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