Abstract: The 2013 coup in Egypt, ending the presidency of Muhammad Morsi after a chaotic year in power, was seen by many to symbolize the weakening of Islamist parties’ political appeal in the Middle East and North African (MENA) region. However, what has been the actual electoral effect on Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated parties? This article takes a closer look at parliamentary elections involving Brotherhood-affiliated political parties that have taken place in the region since 2013. In looking at these elections, we see that there has been no apparent “Morsi effect” which has negatively affected Brotherhood-affiliated parties post-2013. Rather, local political contexts and factors in these countries appear to have been the driving forces behind the performance of Brotherhood-affiliated parties.