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A Donald Trump supporter holds a "Trump Won" sign before a rally on Jan. 15 in Florence, Ariz. The former president, who lost the state and the presidential election in 2020, has endorsed a slew of election-denying candidates in Arizona this year. Robyn Beck/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Maricopa County leaders keep pushing back against election denialism in Arizona

Despite a discredited election review and false claims about the 2020 election, this year's primary, coming up on Tuesday, isn't all that different in Arizona's biggest county.

A Donald Trump supporter holds a "Trump Won" sign before a rally on Jan. 15 in Florence, Ariz. The former president, who lost the state and the presidential election in 2020, has endorsed a slew of election-denying candidates in Arizona this year. Robyn Beck/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Maricopa County leaders keep pushing back against election denialism in Arizona

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Choco Tacos, the beloved ice cream taco, are being discontinued. The frozen treats are considered a summer staple and are often sold at ice cream trucks. Sarah Silbiger/Getty Images hide caption

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The Choco Taco is dead, but it will never be forgotten

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The Heart of Afghanistan project is Ahmad Fanoos on vocals & harmonium, his sons Elham on piano and Mehran on violin, with Hamid Habibzada on tabla. Sachyn Mital/Sachyn Mital hide caption

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Thousands of Afghan artists are still trying to flee the Taliban

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