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This is a list of Congressional Candidates who have expressed support of Q.

Congressional Candidates[]

Marjorie Taylor Greene[]

Republican candidate for Georgia's 14th congressional district. [1]

Has referred to Q as "someone that very much loves his country, and he's on the same page as us, and he is very pro-Trump." [2]

Lauren Boebert[]

Republican candidate running for Colorado's 3rd congressional district. [3]

In the republican primary for the 3rd congressional district she beat five term congressman Scott Tipton, when asked about Q she gave a vague answer that can be read as conditional support for Q but allowing her to deny following it "Everything I heard of Q -- I hope that this is real because it only means America is getting stronger and better, and people are returning to conservative values, and that's what I am for." [4]

Mike Cargile[]

Republican candidate running for California's 35th congressional district.[5]

As of August 2019 Mike has the hashtag "WWG1WGA" in his twitter bio.[6]

Theresa Raborn[]

Theresa Raborn is running for the 2nd Illinois congressional district.[7]

Theresa promoted a video of former U.S. national security advisor Micheal Flynn (who features prominently in various Qanon theories) reciting the oath of office while tweeting the hashtag "WWG1WGA". When confronted asked about Q Theresa gave a non-comittale answer that it hadn't been "definitively debunk or definitively confirm." [8]

Erin Cruz[]

Running for California's 36th congressional district. [9]

Erin Cruz has stated about Q "I think that the biggest thing with QAnon is there's information coming out, And sometimes it is in line with what's going on in government. So when you ask me, do I know what QAnon is? Yes, but what is it to everybody else? That's the bigger thing."[10]

Senate Candidates[]

Jo Rae Perkins[]

Republican candidate for one of Oregon's senate seat against incumbent Jeff Merkley. [11]

Has publicly supported Q on multiple occasions and has gone against her own campaigns efforts to distance her from Qanon. In a twitter Video she used the slogan "Where we go one we go all" and stated "I stand with President Trump. I stand with Q and the team. Thank you Anons and thank you patriots -- and together we can save our republic."[12]