Former Arizona Gubernatorial Candidate Kari Lake Considers Senate Run 

According to a report by Politico published on February 2, 2023, former Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake recently met with National Republican Secretarial Committee (NRSC) members as rumors of her 2024 Senate run have begun circulating. Lake specifically had this meeting with the NRSC to talk about the finer details about running a senate campaign.

Some Republicans, especially in the establishment fold, are upset that Lake is considering a Senate run, per a report by Yahoo News. The former gubernatorial candidate claimed that the 2020 Presidential election was stolen from former President Donald Trump, which was a key pillar of her campaign. Several members of the GOP establishment believe that Lake’s focus on election fraud will make it difficult for her to win a statewide election in Florida.

“Any candidate in ’24 that has, as their principal campaign theme, a stolen election, is probably going to have the same issues that some of the ’22 candidates had,” South Dakota Senator John Thune said to Politico.

“I just don’t think that’s where the American public is. It’s a swing state — we need to have a good Republican nominee, obviously. You know, whoever gets in, I hope they focus on the future, not the past,” he continued.

On January 23, Arizona Congressman Ruben Gallego announced his US Senate run where he will face off against Senator Kyrsten Sinema, who recently left the Democratic Party. Such an electoral scenario could see the leftist vote split, which provides an opportunity for Republicans to potentially win. 

However, the Republican establishment is so petty that it may actually try to capsize Lake’s campaign should she decide to run in 2024. That’s how nasty those establishment critters are in the GOP. 

America First nationalists must ignore the GOP’s leadership and get all GOP voters in Arizona activated for a Lake run. This race could ultimately decide if Arizona will still be viable for Republicans or if it will be the next state to become irreversibly blue. 

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