What’s next for Kari Lake as she files a new appeal in election integrity case

by Summer Lane

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Arizona’s Kari Lake is fighting for election integrity in her home state by filing an appeal in her lawsuit against Maricopa County election officials and Katie Hobbs.

Lake recently suffered a setback in her case when Maricopa Superior Court Judge Thompson struck down her challenge to the signature verification processes surrounding the November 2022 election, RSBN reported.

However, after the case was rejected, Lake announced that she would be launching an extensive “ballot chasing operation” that would focus on legal ballot harvesting and targeted voter registration efforts.

She also promised to appeal the decision and take her case to the U.S. Supreme Court if necessary.

According to a report from Just the News, Lake has followed through on her promise, telling Real America’s Voice that she had filed a notice of appeal on the case “because of what we’ve discovered with the system log files, which show that they did secretive testing on three different dates and we now have the video to back that up.”

She added, “And that was not available to us because Maricopa County, the people who committed the crime against the people, held that information from us.”

Recently, Lake revealed that she is seriously considering running for the Arizona State Senate, although she has not reached a decision on that point just yet. Per RSBN, Lake would potentially be challenging Sen. Krysten Sinema, I-Ariz., for her Senate seat if the conservative star decided to step into the race next year.

Lake took a swing at Sen. Sinema last week in a border crisis rally in Arizona, noting, “Mama bears are sick & tired of politicians” that “won’t do anything about our border crisis.”

In the meantime, Lake has indicated that she will work to restore election transparency in Arizona. “We’ve got to work in this rigged, corrupt system,” she stated at a press conference in late May. “…There are no rules where the left comes in…we’re going to push the legal envelope as far as we can push it.”

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