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Trump-backed Republicans win Republican Party nominations for US Senate and secretary of state in Arizona, CNN projects

Blake Masters, former venture capitalist, secure the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate as Republicans from Arizona elect State Rep. Mark Fincham, election denier, as their running mate of state voting machine, CNN projects. As well as in lawyer generalx race, Trump’s preferred candidate, election denier Abraham Hamade, won Republican nomination, CNN also projects.

Masters will face Democratic Senator Mark Kelly, who met no resistance in its first Tuesday, in what is expected one of the most competitive country, and the most expensive intermediate match-ups, with control of Senate 50-50 on line.

Masters was in charge operating Officer of The investment firm of GOP mega-donor Peter Thiel and his campaign was supported more more than 15 million dollars in Thiel’s expenses.

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masters, who spread lies about results of 2020 elections and blamed the Democrats of trying to “change demographics” of country, defeated businessman Jim Lamon and Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, among others, in GOP Tuesday primary.

Finchem aims to become chief election commissioner in a state that votes primarily by mail and was the target of a series of conspiracy theories put forward by Trump and his allies, who falsely claim that the 2020 election was stolen from former The president. Arizona secretary of the state is the state second-highest executive elected official as well as first in line to change governor as the state does not have a lieutenant governor.

Finham was a member of far-right “Oath Keepers” in 2014 and was the organizer of “Stop theft” movement sparked by Trump’s lies about electoral fraud.

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Finchem said the state legislature should be able to overturn the will of voters in presidential election – a position that, if Republicans had taken it after the November election, could lead to the crisis in 2024 election in one of the most competitive states in the country.

Finchem believes that the legislature should to be able to suppress the will of the voters. Two other Republican candidates in in race supported stricter electoral laws but rejected of lies about electoral fraud promoted by Finchem.

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