Election Deniers Running To Oversee Voting Mostly Lost : The NPR Politics Podcast Michigan's Jocelyn Benson and Minnesota's Steve Simon beat election deniers to oversee voting systems in their states. A key race in Arizona remains undecided. Nationwide, no major violence broke out at polling sites and losing candidates have generally chosen to concede rather than raise allegations of fraud.

This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith, voting correspondent Miles Parks, and senior political editor and correspondent Domenico Montanaro.

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Election Deniers Running To Oversee Voting Mostly Lost

Election Deniers Running To Oversee Voting Mostly Lost

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Stop the Steal signs are seen during the Kentucky Freedom Rally at the capitol building on August 28, 2021 in Frankfort, Kentucky Jon Cherry/Getty Images hide caption

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Michigan's Jocelyn Benson and Minnesota's Steve Simon beat election deniers to oversee voting systems in their states. A key race in Arizona remains undecided. Nationwide, no major violence broke out at polling sites and losing candidates have generally chosen to concede rather than raise allegations of fraud.

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