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J.R. MajewskiLast Updated: April 3, 2024

Full Name

James Majewski


Port Clinton, Ohio

Insurrection Related Information

  • Present at Capitol on 1/6
  • Organized for 1/6
  • Election Denier

Executive Summary

Majewski is a QAnon conspiracy theorist who initially gained national attention after painting his entire yard to look like a Trump reelection banner in the summer of 2020.

J.R. Majewski has frequently bragged about his friendship with Rep. Jim Jordan and his role as a Trump surrogate. On January 6, he rushed the Capitol alongside other QAnon conspiracy theorists.

He raised funds to transport “patriots” to the January 6 Capitol insurrection and was given an award honoring him that appears to be coordinated with the [Trump] White House.

 “I’ve provided $20k amongst Trump supports and arranged travel for them over a 72hr period to travel to DC,” Majewski tweeted on December 30. Multiple Twitter users also credited Majewski for helping them travel to Washington, D.C., for January 6. 

Previously Ran for Office(s)

Ran for U.S. House Representative, Ohio District 09 in 2024. Withdrew from election.

Ran for U.S. House Representative, Ohio District 09 in 2022

Affiliated Organizations

    • Conspiracy / Misinformation


    24 individual(s)

    • Political Organization

    Trump Campaign

    3 individual(s)

Press Coverage

  • 10 Republicans on the ballot who were at or near the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021

    Published on October 30, 2022 Read at CBS News
  • Where Republican election deniers are on the ballot near you

    Published on October 6, 2022 Read at Washington Post
  • Here Are the 253 Key Political Leaders Who Back Trump’s False Claims of Election Fraud

    Published on September 5, 2022 Read at Bloomberg
  • They Were at the Capitol on Jan. 6. Now They’re Running for Congress.

    Published on September 2, 2022 Read at New York Times
  • At Least 120 Republican Nominees Deny The Results Of The 2020 Election

    Published on July 18, 2022 Read at FiveThirtyEight
  • J.R. Majewski, a G.O.P. House nominee, has expressed fringe views on QAnon and Jan. 6.

    Published on May 4, 2022 Read at New York Times
  • New Article J.R. Majewski, an Ohio GOP congressional candidate, was a January 6 participant and has repeatedly shared pro-QAnon material

    Read at CNN
  • New Article ‘Ultra-Maga’: the Trump-backed Ohio Republican candidate who attacked the Capitol

    Read at The Guardian

Verified Social Media Handles

Affiliated People (6)

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    • U.S. Representative

    • Running for office

    • Subpoenaed

    Jim Jordan

    Currently Running For
    • Running for re-election
    • General election on November 5, 2024
    Current Office Held
    • U.S. House Representative, Ohio District 04
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    • Subpoenaed

    Michael Flynn

    • Former National Security Advisor of the United States
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    • Ran for Office

    Teddy Daniels

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    • U.S. Representative

    • Running for office

    Paul Gosar

    Currently Running For
    • Running for re-election
    • Primary election on August 6, 2024
    Current Office Held
    • U.S. House Representative, Arizona District 09
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    • Subpoenaed

    Roger Stone

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    • Charged

    • Running for office

    Donald Trump

    Currently Running For
    • U.S. President
    • General election on November 5, 2024
    Litigation Status
    • Charged on August 15, 2023


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