So who should you be keeping an eye out for? The Forward has narrowed it down for you.
Corey Stewart had said that anti-Semitic Republican congressional candidate Paul Nehlen was his “personal hero” before later recanting.
Virignia GOP Senate candidate Corey Stewart did not disavow a December 2017 video where he called Paul Nehlen a “personal hero.”
In Illinois, one Republican nominee is a former leader of the American Nazi Party; another thinks Beyonce has ties to the Illuminati.
The Wisconsin Republican Party is working to find a candidate to replace Paul Ryan. They want to make sure it’s not a white supremacist anti-Semite.
Nehlen, who appeared with anti-Semitic figures like David Duke and blamed “Jewish media” for poor press coverage, is now the most visible candidate.
Nehlen has been banned from the Twitter-like app Gab after revealing that a prominent user was an Upper East Side financial consultant.
Paul Nehlen became a martyr for the far right after Twitter permanently banned him from the service for a racist tweet about Meghan Markel
Nehlen’s dues to the state Republican Party were refunded or donated to charity — but why did it take so long to act?
He also said that the British government may be involved “in this unlawful election interference.”