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Interview with Rep. Steve Carra
by Adam de Angeli      Posted May 30, 2021

 
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On May 30, we interviewed Representative Steve Carra, who was a plaintiff in a lawsuit against Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, which was settled out of court six days before Election Day 2020 with a signed agreement with the Court of Claims that the Secretary of State would reverse her policy of allowing poll workers to abuse Covid "social distancing" guidelines to impede poll challengers.

Benson broke the agreement, and weeks later, Carra was a witness to that violation as a challenger in a recount.

We discuss his story, his background, being a state lawmaker, and his campaign to unseat Rep. Fred Upton, who voted for the second sham impeachment of President Trump.






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