Friday, April 19, 2024

Kari Lake Says She May Run for U.S. Senate

'I may run for Senate, I’m considering that...'

(Dmytro “Henry” AleksandrovHeadline USA) Arizona Republican and last year’s gubernatorial nominee Kari Lake teased her supporters about her possibly running for U.S. Senate when she appeared on Sirius XM’s Breitbart News Fourth of July Special.

On the show, Breitbart News Washington Bureau Chief Matthew Boyle asked Lake if she was considering running for office in the state of Arizona, the news source reported.

Lake, who is a part of the Make America Great Again Movement, said that she is thinking about running for office again and then emphasized that it doesn’t mean she has given up the legal battle that she started after her “loss” in the last year’s gubernatorial election.

“Politics is gross. It’s a slimy business, but I think we need real people to be in it. And so I am contemplating running for office again,” Lake said.

“I want everyone out there to know we have filed a notice of appeal on our case. We’re not giving up on securing our elections and reforming our elections, and we’re going to work through the court system.” 

Lake then revealed that she specifically considers running for Senate from the Grand Canyon state.

“I may run for Senate, I’m considering that,” she said.

“It’s something I may have to do because we can’t have people who don’t care about Arizonans representing us in Washington, DC. Got a lot of options on the table. I’m taking a look at all of them, and I’ll be making some decisions here in the coming months.” 

If Lake decides to run for Senate from Arizona, she would need to compete with several other candidates. Her primary opponent would be a Republican Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb who has announced a bid for the U.S. Senate.

However, there are other candidates from the opposing parties. Among them are Rep. Ruben Gallego, D-Ariz., who has launched a campaign for the Democrat nomination, and Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, I-Ariz. 

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