/ Modified dec 4, 2020 3:56 p.m.

Reviewing the week’s headlines in Arizona politics

Analysis from Arizona Capitol Times editor Luige del Puerto.

Politics in Arizona made national headlines this week with the swearing in of Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Kelly, who successfully flipped the seat formerly held by the late Sen. John McCain from red to blue. Gov. Doug Ducey also certified the election results at a ceremony on the same day Trump campaign lawyer Rudy Giuliani held a meeting with Republican state legislators in Phoenix, where he made claims about voter fraud. For analysis on the week’s events, we turned to Arizona Capitol Times editor Luige del Puerto.

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