Republicans have ousted Secretary of State Holli Sullivan, making Indiana the latest state to choose a nominee who has questioned the legitimacy of the 2020 election.

Former congressional candidate Diego Morales defeated Sullivan in her bid for a full term, a year after Governor Holcomb appointed her to complete the term of her predecessor Connie Lawson. In a four-way race, Morales captured the nomination with 52% of the vote on the second ballot to Sullivan’s 35%.

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