Kari Lake’s likely Senate run appears imminent

by Summer Lane

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Conservative fireball Kari Lake appears imminently prepared to jump into the Senate race in Arizona, possibly as soon as October, according to a report from Politico.

Lake, who ran for governor in Arizona in 2022, has become a national political figure after fighting for election integrity in her state and closely allying with President Donald Trump.

She has previously indicated that the Senate seat in Arizona would be an “opportunity” for Republicans to win “so that when President Trump gets back into office, he can have people in D.C. ready to back him up with his incredible agenda.”

According to Politico’s report, one person familiar with Lake’s plans spoke to the outlet and said that she is very likely to launch a Senatorial campaign in October, ahead of next year’s 2024 election season.

Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, I-Ariz., currently holds the seat that Lake will possibly go after. However, former Arizona Senate candidate Blake Masters could potentially throw his hat into the ring. His intention to run has not yet been explicitly confirmed, despite numerous reports that surfaced in late August and early September alleging Masters’ potential plans.

Caroline Wren, an advisor to Kari Lake, noted during an interview on “War Room” that “there is not an ice cube chance in hell that Masters can beat Kari Lake in a Republican primary. Frankly, nobody could.”

Currently, Lake is back in court, continuing her election integrity battle with Maricopa County and fighting to obtain access to review ballot envelopes from the 2022 elections in Arizona.

As reported by RSBN, this is the third time that Lake has gone to trial in relation to the 2022 election, as she has strongly alleged that there was copious chaos and sabotage surrounding the gubernatorial election in the county.

She wrote of the trial on X, “We The People have EVERY right to evaluate the signatures. We are excited to make our case before the court today.”

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