The Trump clan controls party finances, local apparatuses and the majority of state institutions. Through their grip over those institutions, they also control the organization and verification of elections.
To paraphrase Senator Lindsey Graham, the future of the party is inseparable from Trump. Those who had a different vision have been purged and ostracized, like Liz Cheney. Those who voted for impeachment are either not seeking re-election (Adam Kinzinger) or are the target of primary challenges, such as those facing Jaime Herrera Beutler and Cheney herself. Even Republicans who voted for the infrastructure bill are denounced as "traitors." In the House, MAGA representatives dominate the party hierarchy after the purge that followed Trump’s second impeachment in January 2021, a sign that the "Big Lie" of voter fraud has been endorsed by the party, despite its dismissal in the courts.