The Arizona Republic reports:
The Arizona Republican Party is rebuffing demands from some of its activists to audit the procedures and results of its own election for chair and other positions, according to an email sent Thursday night to party members.
During a radio interview Friday with KFYI’s “The Conservative Circus With James T. Harris,” Kelli Ward, who was reelected party chair Saturday at a state party meeting, said the Arizona GOP lacked the “structure” to perform an audit, but said she welcomed input to improve elections.
Ward, who gained national attention during her two unsuccessful bids for the U.S. Senate and as a promoter of former President Donald Trump’s unfounded claims of election fraud, won Saturday’s election by 42 votes.
Read the full article. Ward, you may recall, first earned national ridicule when she claimed that John McCain timed the revelation of his brain cancer diagnosis to hurt her ultimately failed bid for the US Senate.
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