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Former President Donald Trump touched down in Arizona Saturday for his first rally of the midterm election year, bringing the spotlight to a state that will have hotly contested races for governor and the U.S. Senate in November. Though his endorsement failed to carry McSally to victory in the 2018 or 2020, it would be influential in the primary."If you're any candidate in this race for Senate, you want his endorsement," said Chris DeRose, a lawyer and former Brnovich staffer in the state attorney general's office. Lamon is leaning into the Maricopa review and said it highlighted enough issues "to move that election into President Trump's column" in Arizona. He told CBS News that he didn't regret this because slates of electors have to be submitted by a certain date, and he claimed Republicans wanted to be prepared "if in fact this election was decertified."Masters said in November that he thinks Trump won the 2020 election."Joe Biden is president right now," Masters told CBS News. If we did, I strongly suspect, truly believe that President Trump would still be president." He faults mail voting practices expanded by COVID and social media companies for quashing negative stories about the Bidens.McGuire, the retired major general, told CBS News that "there is no constitutional remedy or dispute about the fact that Joe Biden received more than 270 electoral votes." When asked if he believed Biden won the election fairly, McGuire said he looks forward to what comes from Brnovich's review of findings that were turned over to the attorney general's office.

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