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1 in 4 Arizonans still insist Trump won, as second impeachment begins

As the Senate began debate Tuesday on a historic second impeachment of former President Donald Trump, a recent poll shows that more than half of Arizona Republicans believe Trump was the rightful winner of the November election. The poll, taken by OH Predictive Insights shortly before President Joe Biden’s Jan. 20 inauguration, found that 60%

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A fluke or the future? Boebert shakes up Colorado district

Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District, a stretch of ski resorts, national forest, ranches, coal towns and desert mesas the size of Pennsylvania, has long bred low-key politicians. Its voters have skewed slightly to the right, prized practicality and for years rewarded representatives for accomplishments that fall below the national radar, such as the Hermosa Creek Watershed

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A test for Trumpism: Virginia Republicans seek new playbook

The national Republican Party in Washington is at war with itself, struggling to reconcile a bitter divide between former President Donald Trump’s fierce loyalists and those who want Trumpism purged from the GOP. They need only look across the Potomac River into Virginia to see the dangers that lurk if they cannot correct course. In

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House GOP keeps Cheney as No. 3 leader, stands by Greene

House Republicans decided Wednesday to stand by two GOP lawmakers who have polarized the party, voting to retain Rep. Liz Cheney as their No. 3 leader and saying they’d fight a Democratic push to kick Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene off her committees. In a 145-61 secret-ballot vote, House Republicans overwhelmingly rebuffed a rebellion by hard-right

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Impeachment fever hits Kentucky with efforts to oust leaders

Impeachment fever has struck Kentucky, where grievances over coronavirus restrictions and the outcome of the Breonna Taylor death investigation have spurred petitions to oust both the governor and the attorney general. It’s a card rarely played in any serious way in the Bluegrass State, though Kentucky has had its share of provocative elected officials. In

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Kelli Ward, GOP Chair, Speaks at Conservatives for a Constitutional Republic Meeting

Kelli Ward, the newly re-elected Chair of the Arizona Republican Party (AZGOP) and the President of the Arizona Senate, Senator Karen Fann, spoke at Saturday’s meeting of the Conservatives for a Constitutional Republic (ConCR). Senator Fann talked about the Senate’s current dispute with the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, and the Senate’s call for an

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