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Arizona GOP plots its future after Trump's presidency

In this Nov. 18, 2020, file photo, Dr. Kelli Ward, chair of the Arizona Republican Party, holds a press conference in Phoenix. The Arizona Republican Party is confronting its future this weekend after losing a second Senate seat and the presidential race. On the agenda for the state committee meeting Saturday: the reelection bid by its controversial chairwoman, who has been among the most prolific promoters of baseless election conspiracies, and the censure of some of the party's best-known figures: Cindy McCain, former Sen. Jeff Flake and Gov. Doug Ducey. (Ross D. Franklin/AP, file)

In this Nov. 18, 2020, file photo, Dr. Kelli Ward, chair of the Arizona Republican Party, holds a press conference in Phoenix. The Arizona Republican Party is confronting its future this weekend after losing a second Senate seat and the presidential race. On the agenda for the state committee meeting Saturday: the reelection bid by its controversial chairwoman, who has been among the most prolific promoters of baseless election conspiracies, and the censure of some of the party's best-known figures: Cindy McCain, former Sen. Jeff Flake and Gov. Doug Ducey. (Ross D. Franklin/AP, file)

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