A Republican National Convention delegate from Arizona who was replaced by the state party chairman because she refuses to vote for Donald Trump has been denied a convention credential.
State party communications director Tim Sifert denied Lori Hack the credential when she tried to claim it Monday morning. Hack left a note for Arizona Republican Party Chairman Robert Graham asking him to call her.
Graham has said Hack would be wasting her time because he's already replaced her as one of Arizona's 58 delegates for revoking her pledge to vote for Trump on the first ballot.
State law and party rules require delegates to back the Arizona primary's winner. Hack is among delegates who say they disagree with those rules and don't want to vote for Trump.
Other delegation members say they'll push a rules change Monday to free delegates from those voting restrictions.