Jerone Davison

  Far-right Republican extremist Jerone Davison ran for election to the U.S. House to represent Arizona's 4th Congressional District. He lost in the Republican primary on August 2, 2022. Davison is a former American football running back. He played for the Sacramento Gold Miners in 1994 and for the Oakland Raiders from 1996 to 1997.

These Arizona Candidates Still Say Donald Trump Won In 2020, Or They're Not Sure What Happened

The Arizona Republic via The Rose Law Group Reporter

Jul. 15, 2022

"Elected officials and candidates for office in 2022 continue to challenge and question the results of the 2020 presidential election in Arizona.
The results have been examined and re-examined, challenged in court and in a monthslong ballot review. No evidence has been found of widespread fraud or error in the results.
Yet candidates deny the outcome. Others don't quite go as far. But they raise questions about potential irregularities they say could have influenced the vote and should be examined.
The Arizona Republic is listing candidates by category by the race that they are entered in. This list is not complete and will be updated throughout the 2022 election season.

Election deniers

These candidates in Arizona races deny that Joe Biden won the 2020 presidential election, either in Arizona or nationwide."
US Senate

US House of Representatives


Secretary of state

Attorney general


  • Bob Lettieri, Republican

Arizona Corporation Commission

State Senate

State House of Representatives

Maricopa County Board of Supervisors

Read the complete article on The Arizona Republic



A QAnon ‘Time Traveler’ Is Running A GOP Congressional Campaign
"Austin Steinbart has a lot going on. He claims to be a time traveler from the future. He claims he’s a deep-cover agent for the Defense Intelligence Agency. He claims he is Q. He claims QAnon is “a military intelligence operation” that uses “space-age quantum technology to post messages from the future to internet forums in the present.” His ideas are too out-there for the vast majority of QAnon followers, who have dismissed him as a kook. So, of course, when retired NFL star-turned-Republican congressional candidate Jerone Davison began looking for a campaign manager, Steinbart was a natural choice. Or at least, a natural choice in a Republican Party still in thrall to former President Donald Trump, whose obsession with lies about a stolen election have brought QAnon conspiracies into the GOP’s mainstream."
Jun. 23, 2022
QAnon Influencer Claims To Be Running An Arizona Republican’s Congressional Race
"A QAnon influencer claimed to be managing the campaign of Jerone Davison, a Republican running for Congress in Arizona, in a video he recently sent to supporters. The influencer also said that the campaign was working to push QAnon in a “very mainstream” way and that he wants to ultimately get to Washington and “set our own narrative.” Austin Steinbart, who is known online as “Baby Q,” has previously claimed that QAnon “is a military intelligence operation, the first of its kind, one that uses space age quantum technology to post messages from the future to internet forums in the present,” and that “the main characters in this story are President Trump, Adm. Rogers, Gen. Flynn, the DIA, myself, and Q+.” (“Q+” is how QAnon supporters sometimes refer to Trump.) Steinbart has served time in prison for hacking the medical records of celebrities, and, as noted by The Daily Beast, got in legal trouble for using a “synthetic penis, in an apparent attempt to evade drug tests for marijuana while out on bail.” In a video he shared on Discord with his supporters in early June, Steinbart said that Davison, who is running for Arizona’s 4th Congressional District, “made me his campaign manager last week."
Jun. 7, 2022

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