The Arizona Republican Party voted on new leadership as the state prepares itself again to be a battleground state in 2024.
In the party chairman’s race, former Arizona State Treasurer Jeff DeWit was elected on the first ballot, winning 1,225 votes, or 71.8%. Former Arizona state house candidate Vera Gebran placed in second with 243 votes and activist Steve Daniels placed in third with 129 votes. Kelli Ward opted not to run for re-election after serving two terms starting in 2019.
“We need unity and we need it right now,” DeWit, endorsed by former gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake and Congressman Paul […]
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