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Nevada AG Candidate Sigal Chattah’s Ties to January 6

Jun 10, 2022

Ultra-MAGA candidate Chattah running for AG is tied to the criminal conspiracy to overturn the will of the people

After the shocking revelations at the January 6 committee hearing last night, it is important for Nevadans to know before they go to the polls next Tuesday that Sigal Chattah, GOP candidate for Nevada Attorney General, has significant ties to the criminal conspiracy that sought to overturn the results of the 2020 election. She’s funded the politicians who helped plan the violence on January 6, met with the organizers of the January 6 rally, and called speakers at the January 6 rally her heroes.

See more details of Chattah’s January 6 ties below:

  • In 2020, Chattah donated $250 to Arizona Rep. Paul Gosar, who reportedly alleged at the time that “Democrats were prepared to steal the presidential election” and had conversations with Ali Alexander behind the “Stop the Steal” movement  ahead of the Capitol riot. Paul Gosar called the Jan 6th rioters “peaceful patriots.”

  • In July 2021, Chattah donated $1,500 to Morning in Nevada PAC, a conservative PAC formed by Republican Adam Laxalt. Laxalt, downplayed the criminal conspiracy to overturn the will of the people and the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. He also participated in legal efforts to sabotage the election results in Nevada and has lied about the results of the 2020 election in his Senate campaign.

  • Chattah also has posed in photos with others connected to the January 6th insurrection, such as political fundraiser and Trump advisor Caroline Wren; Wren has been subpoenaed to appear before the January 6 commission for her role in planning and fundraising for the events that led to the January 6 Capitol riot. Wren was reported to have “played an extensive role in managing operations for the event,” with records showing that she was involved in “logistics, budgeting, funding and messaging for the Jan. 6 rally that featured President Donald Trump.”

  • Chattah called Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton – who “unsuccessfully sued to overturn the results of the 2020 election in several states and spoke at Mr. Trump’s “Stop the Steal” rally in Washington on Jan. 6, 2021– her “hero.