The Arizona Republic reports:
After months of sounding the alarm on what she claimed was a stolen presidential election, Kelli Ward is facing questions about her own reelection Saturday as Arizona Republican Party chair.
Sergio Arellano, the southern Arizona businessman who narrowly lost to Ward in a runoff, has asked state party officials for an audit of the election results, said Kim Owens, a Republican consultant who is serving as his spokeswoman.
So far, that hasn’t happened, adding to a growing sense of angst among GOP activists that the election had problems. “This isn’t about the chairman’s race, this is about election integrity,” Arellano said in a written statement provided by Owens to The Arizona Republic.
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After months of sounding the alarm on what she claimed was a stolen presidential election (it wasn’t), Kelli Ward is now facing questions about her own reelection as Arizona Republican Party chair. Republicans are demanding an audit of her win.https://t.co/8S6izAcHaR
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) January 28, 2021