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Doug Mastriano pushes baseless claim about Pa. COVID-19 nursing home deaths

Pennsylvania’s Republican nominee for governor, Doug Mastriano, often makes the baseless allegation that Gov. Tom Wolf’s policy of readmitting COVID-19 patients from hospitals to nursing homes caused thousands of deaths. It’s a claim for which no investigator or researcher has provided any evidence.

By Marc Levy/The Associated Press

Doug Mastriano brings election denier Jenna Ellis onto his campaign for governor in Pennsylvania

Doug Mastriano, Pennsylvania’s Republican nominee for governor who has pushed Donald Trump’s election lies, said Monday that he had appointed Trump’s former campaign lawyer as a senior legal adviser to his own campaign.

By Marc Levy/The Associated Press

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How Pa. state Sen. Doug Mastriano promoted election lies between Election Day and January 6

He spread disinformation through his social media pages over 100 times in this 64-day timeframe.
By Robby Brod

Pa. GOP governor candidate Doug Mastriano’s Jan. 6 committee interview may not yield much, analyst says

Pennsylvania state Sen. Doug Mastriano, and candidate for governor, has agreed to sit for an interview with the U.S. House committee that’s investigating the January 6th, 2021 attack on the Capitol.

By Sam Dunklau

GOP insiders begin to reluctantly support Doug Mastriano, as Democrats tout unity in Pennsylvania

Still unknown is whether one of the commonwealth’s biggest conservative fundraisers, billionaire Wall Street trader Jeffrey Yass, will give Mastriano money.

By Katie Meyer/WHYY

Can the Pa. Republican governor candidate make voters re-register?

Pa. governor candidate Doug Mastriano says he wants to make everyone re-register if they want to vote again.

By Marc Levy/The Associated Press

After Pennsylvania primary, Doug Mastriano rejoins closed Senate GOP meetings

In the Senate, GOP gubernatorial nominee Sen. Doug Mastriano was allowed back inside the Republican caucus’ closed-door meetings Monday. Mastriano, R-Franklin, had been kicked out last year after leaders concluded he had shared information that was supposed to be confidential.

By Marc Levy/The Associated Press