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Nationwide, QAnon is causing issues for real world anti-sex trafficking efforts and has complicated education on those issues for researchers.

The man many believe was behind some of the Q posts may have lost his bid to run for office in Arizona - but a multitude of candidates with conspiratorial beliefs, including QAnon, won in Republican primaries this month, putting them on the November ballot. Read more»

Karrin Taylor Robson in September 2021.

Arizona’s August primary election is playing out like so many others, pitting traditional Republicans against candidates endorsed by former President Donald Trump. Read more»

Ron Watkins and Republican state Sen. Wendy Rogers.

Ron Watkins, the man purported to be an architect of the QAnon conspiracy theory, filed an ethics complaint against Arizona Republican state Sen. Wendy Rogers for a post she made about him in which she asked the “Groyper army” to “hit” Watkins. Read more»

Ron Watkins.

Conspiracy theorist Ron Watkins, the man purported to be Q has run afoul of the Federal Elections Commission for failing to correctly report how much he raised and spent during his first quarter as a congressional candidate in a rural Arizona district. Read more»

Watkins announced his candidacy five days after registering to vote in Maricopa County.

Ron Watkins, the notorious MAGA conspiracy theorist who helped spread the violent far-right QAnon conspiracy and who is widely believed to have been behind QAnon’s master account, is attempting to unseat Democratic Congressman Tom O’Halleran. Read more»

Doug Logan spoke to podcast hosts Joe Oltmann and Max McGuire, choosing not to testify before the congressional committee to defend the controversial election review.

Cyber Ninjas CEO Doug Logan refused to testify before the U.S. House Oversight Committee Thursday morning about the self-styled “audit” he led for the Arizona Senate, choosing instead to spend two hours as a guest on a right-wing podcast. Read more»

A man in a forklift moves boxes containing ballots from the 2020 general election.

Conan Hayes, former professional surfer who made millions from the clothing brand he started and author of a Twitter account that has been called a “superspreader of election disinformation,” is part of a web of people connected to election fraud claims across the country. Read more»