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US midterms: Another blow for Trump as Democrat beats election denier Kari Lake in Arizona

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US midterms: Another blow for Trump as Democrat beats election denier Kari Lake in Arizona

US midterms: Another blow for Trump as Democrat beats election denier Kari Lake in Arizona

Kari Lake, a Trump-backed Republican who repeated his false claims of election fraud, lost to Democrat Katie Hobbs in the race for governor.


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