Republican and Trump-endorsed candidate for Arizona governor, Kari Lake, announced during a Friday interview with RSBN’s Brian Glenn that she has recently launched her app called the “Kari Lake” app in the Google Play and Apple Store.
Lake said she built the app in case her platforms get “canceled,” which gives supporters a place to follow news related to her campaign.
During the interview, Glenn pointed out that Kari Lake was one of the most popular figures at CPAC this weekend, remarking, “People love you.” Lake replied, “The feeling is mutual. I love the people here at this convention. And they’re everyday people – moms and dads from all over the country, who are now off the sidelines and in the game. And they realize that they have to get involved if we’re gonna save this great country.”
Additionally, Lake reflected on how her life had changed since CPAC 2021 when she was on the brink of resigning from her long-time career as a news anchor in Arizona. “Really, there was no way to save it [my job],” she shared. “It [the news] was so corrupt and so biased that really it had become unethical and immoral.”
A week after CPAC, Lake posted a video informing the people of Arizona why she was resigning from her job in the media.
Lake also shared that her video, which went viral, prompted many people to reach out to her and thank her for being a fair journalist. She then threw her “hat into the ring” and decided to run for Arizona governor.
“We’re number one in all the polls,” Lake added. “Up by 40 percent.”
In September 2021, President Trump gave Lake a glowing endorsement, calling her a “fantastic person” who could take on the “Fake News Media.”
Further, RSBN previously reported that Kari Lake is the only candidate who can beat Democrat opponent Katie Hobbs in the Arizona gubernatorial race. Data from a new Data Orbital Polling & Press poll projected Lake is winning against Hobbs at a 42.7 to 41.4 percent margin.
Thanks to her dedication to America First policies, securing the southern border, and combating stringent Covid-related restrictions, Lake has won the hearts of countless potential conservative voters in the Grand Canyon State. When voters hit the polls in November, Lake is poised to capture the governorship in a victory for conservatives everywhere.