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Trump election lawsuit in Arizona's Maricopa County dismissed, outcome wouldn't have affected races

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Trump election lawsuit in Arizona's Maricopa County dismissed, outcome wouldn't have affected racesBy Friday morning, the Trump team had filed a motion acknowledging the outcome of the lawsuit would have no impact on Arizona's presidential results
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