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Dems Outspend GOP 57 to 1 on Sec. of State Races While Crying Foul about ‘Democracy’

'Democrats have poured tens of millions into the contests, casting them as battles for the future of American democracy. If only they could get voters to see it that way...'

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) For the past 16 years, Democrat operatives have embraced a rarely discussed plan, funded by George Soros, to invest heavily in training and electing secretaries of state who are willing to undermine the long-held conventions of election integrity in favor of extremist party politics.

As with Soros’s parallel effort to elect local district attorneys who will undermine the rule of law, the plan came clearly into focus during the 2020 race, during which leftist elections officials like Pennsylvania’s Kathy Boockvar, Arizona’s Katie Hobbs and Michigan’s Jocelyn Benson openly flouted the rules put forth by their own Republican legislatures.

Yet, with conservatives now wise to the game and fielding their own serious contenders, those same corrupt political operatives and their media allies are now shrieking about a Republican plan to steal elections by daring to challenge the Soros-backed hegemony—all while continuing to throw vast amounts of dark money into their own scheme, noted conservative political blogger Don Surber.

Despite the fact that Democrat secretary of state candidates are outspending Republican candidates by a ratio of 57:1, it appears that many will still be challenged and may even lose their upcoming elections, the New York Times reported.

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According to the Times, Republican candidates are making headway by spreading “lies about the 2020 election.”

In particular, races in Arizona, Michigan, Indiana and Nevada are up in the air.

The Times went on to bemoan the lack of American interest in saving “our democracy,” which generally means preserving the status quo in the Washington, D.C., swamp.

“Facing off against Republican candidates who spread lies about the 2020 election, Democrats have poured tens of millions into the contests, casting them as battles for the future of American democracy. If only they could get voters to see it that way,” the article lamented.

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“Instead, voters remain focused on rising inflation, economic woes, education and other issues that are outside the purview of the official duties of a secretary of state,” it continued. “And while a vast majority of Americans view democracy as under threat, a striking few see it as a top issue, according to a recent New York Times/Siena College poll.”

Moreover, the report indicated that secretary of state candidates often lack the name-recognition of more visible gubernatorial and senatorial candidates.

“Democrats are facing other challenges,” it said. “Many of the candidates are relative unknowns, leaving their futures heavily dependent on what voters think of their party or the party’s high-profile candidates for Senate or governor.”

Headline USA’s Ben Sellers contributed to this report.

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