BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — The state Republican Party chairman says an effort to recall a GOP legislator who voted to expel a fellow Republican accused of sexually harassing women is being viewed as a litmus test for party loyalty. The move to recall Rep. Dwight Kiefert over his vote to oust former Rep. Luke Simons has fanned the flames of an intraparty fight that has a far-right faction seeking to pull the party in its direction. Perrie Schafer was elected chairman of the state GOP last month. He says his “goal is to get people rolling in the same direction.”