State Senator, District 7
Wendy Rogers (born July 24, 1954) is an American far-right politician serving as a member of the Arizona State Senate from the 7th legislative district and the Republican Party. Elected in November 2020, she assumed office on January 11, 2021. Rogers was an officer in the United States Air Force from 1976 to 1996. An outspoken supporter of Donald Trump, Rogers led a successful primary challenge in 2020 against incumbent Republican state senator Sylvia Allen and defeated Democrat Felicia French in the general election. She had previously made five unsuccessful campaigns for public office.Since her election, Rogers has emerged as a divisive and controversial figure, embracing inflammatory rhetoric including the Great Replacement conspiracy theory and appearing on TruNews. Rogers is a member of Oath Keepers, an anti-government militia whose members took part in the 2021 U.S. Capitol attack. Rogers has been described as a supporter of white nationalism.In March 2022, the Republican-controlled Arizona Senate censured her for remarks she made at the white nationalist America First Political Action Conference, and weeks later opened an ethics inquiry after she suggested the 2022 Buffalo shooting was a false flag operation conducted by the federal government.
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