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Appeals court rejects Arizona GOP chair's lawsuit trying to change rules on electoral vote

In this file photo Dr. Kelli Ward, left, chair of the Arizona Republican Party, talks with a supporter of President Donald Trump as they join the crowd at a rally outside the Arizona state capitol Nov. 7, 2020, in Phoenix. It took just eight hours and three minutes for the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals from the time Kelli Ward and her fellow plaintiffs filed their paperwork for the judges to rule they have no legal standing to challenge the Electoral Count Act.  (Ross D. Franklin/AP, file)

In this file photo Dr. Kelli Ward, left, chair of the Arizona Republican Party, talks with a supporter of President Donald Trump as they join the crowd at a rally outside the Arizona state capitol Nov. 7, 2020, in Phoenix. It took just eight hours and three minutes for the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals from the time Kelli Ward and her fellow plaintiffs filed their paperwork for the judges to rule they have no legal standing to challenge the Electoral Count Act. (Ross D. Franklin/AP, file)

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