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FILE - In this May 28, 2019 file photo Arizona Republican Sen. Paul Boyer, at the podium, is seen with Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey during a news conference in Phoenix. For months, four elected Republicans and one Democrat on the board overseeing Arizona's most populous county have been facing threats and harassment for backing election results that saw Democrat Joe Biden win the state. That fury from some backers of President Donald Trump moved on this week to Boyer a Republican state senator, who had to change his phone number, move his wife and young son and get police protection after he voted against a measure to subject the supervisors to arrest for refusing to hand election materials over to the Senate. (AP Photo/Jonathan J. Cooper, File)

FILE - In this May 28, 2019 file photo Arizona Republican Sen. Paul Boyer, at the podium, is seen with Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey during a news conference in Phoenix. For months, four elected Republicans and one Democrat on the board overseeing Arizona's most populous county have been facing threats and harassment for backing election results that saw Democrat Joe Biden win the state. That fury from some backers of President Donald Trump moved on this week to Boyer a Republican state senator, who had to change his phone number, move his wife and young son and get police protection after he voted against a measure to subject the supervisors to arrest for refusing to hand election materials over to the Senate. (AP Photo/Jonathan J. Cooper, File)

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