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Kari Lake Comments on Possible 2024 U.S. Senate Run

Although Kari Lake is still fighting the fraudulent 2022 Arizona gubernatorial election, she’s thinking about running for Congress in 2024 if things don’t pan out in her favor.

“If for some reason we don’t have the (court) ruling the people deserve, I’m truly considering a run for U.S. Senate,” Lake said in an interview on the Brace 4 Impact podcast.

With the incumbent, Kyrsten Sinema, leaving the Democrat Party to become an Independent, the race for Arizona’s seat may be a three-way battle.

Analysts consider the race to be a toss-up.

And Kari Lake likes her chances to win that race.

She doesn’t think anyone else would stand a chance against her in the Republican primary.

Who could blame her?

Just the News elaborated on Lake’s comments:

She urged the Republican Party to throw its full support behind her if she decides to run.

“I think that the establishment should get behind me and we should just go barreling through, if that is the case, and win and take back a Senate seat,” she said.

If Lake enters the race, she’d likely face incumbent Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, who was elected as a Democrat but left the party to become an Independent in 2022. Sinema has yet to announce if she will seek reelection.

Lake has also been speaking to GOP audiences around the country pending resolution of her election challenge.

“I’m the duly elected governor of Arizona,” she said. “And I want to get in that governor’s office and turn this Titanic around that we have right now, thanks to terrible leadership and just terrible corrupt elections — leaving us with someone like Joe Biden.”

Lake, who said she has finished a new book that is due out in the coming months, had some choice words for certain Republicans who she accused of abandoning their principles by taking election integrity matters off the table for public discussion.

“I’m very disappointed in some of the folks in the Republican Party — and I call [them] the Uniparty Republicans — who don’t want to talk about the elections,” she said. “They say it’s ‘looking backward.’ It’s not looking backward, it’s actually looking forward. I want to make sure going forward our elections are fair. And the way to determine that is to fix what we didn’t get right in the past.

A quick look at 2024 Arizona Senate Republican primary polls shows that nobody is within striking distance of Kari Lake.

Conservative Brief added:

According to a survey conducted by JL Partners on April 10-12, 38% of registered Republicans and undeclared voters in Arizona stated that they would vote for Lake, even though she has not declared her candidacy for Sen. Kyrsten Sinema’s (I-Ariz.) seat, the outlet reported.

Karrin Taylor Robson, who was the runner-up to Lake after losing the GOP gubernatorial primary to her last year, received 10% support. Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb has 8%, followed by 2022 Arizona Senate candidate Blake Masters with 7% and 2022 Arizona Attorney General candidate Abraham Hamadeh with 4%.

“No Arizona Republicans have entered the 2024 Senate primary, but Lake, Masters, and Hamadeh were all endorsed by former President Donald Trump last year in their respective primaries,” Just the News added.


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