Have you heard? Kari Lake, the former gubernatorial candidate from Arizona, has been spotted making her next big move. Rumor has it that she was seen visiting Washington D.C., consulting with Republican senators for unknown reasons. It’s unclear why Kari Lake is climbing the Capitol steps, but the press is abuzz with what the meeting could mean for Arizona politics. See how this historic meeting will affect the game of electoral chess as Kari Lake speaks exclusively with Republican officials. What secrets are being kept away from Arizona citizens? Don’t miss out on this thrilling story of political strategy; discover what lies hidden behind closed doors in Kari’s Washington trip!
Arizona Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake made headlines on Thursday when she met with National Republican Senatorial Committee officials in Washington DC. While Kari Lake made headlines almost daily when she ran for Governor of Arizona, and she is still fighting for that election, it appears that she is eyeing another lucrative federal position.
The Epoch Times reports, A spokeswoman for Arizona Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake confirmed she met with representatives of the National Republican Senatorial Committee on Thursday.
Caroline Wren, Lake’s senior adviser, confirmed to Politico that she met with Senate Republicans. She said the meeting lasted an hour and covered topics such as how a Senate campaign differs from a gubernatorial campaign.
According to Wren, Lake has not yet made a decision on a Senate run. According to Lake’s team, it was more listening than speaking.
She also spoke with Politico in the Senate building last week, saying she met with Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) and others. Former President Donald Trump’s endorsed candidate stated she was in Washington for the National Prayer Breakfast.
Recently Kari Lake found herself in a surprise legal battle over a tweet.
MSNBC reports, Arizona Secretary of State Adrian Fontes urged Attorney General Kris Mayes to investigate a tweet from Lake on Jan. 23 that appears to show images of signatures from Arizona ballots.
According to Fontes’ letter, Arizona law stipulates that “records containing a voter’s signature … shall not be accessible or reproduced by any other person other than the voter.”
Arizona Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake made waves when she traveled to Washington to meet with National Republican Senatorial Committee officials. Given the elusive nature of the conversation, it’s unclear if Lake is planning a senate run or not. However, one thing remains certain: Lake is intent on continuing her strong conservative agenda. Her alliances and future plans remain to be seen, but Republicans in Arizona are hoping that regardless of what route she takes, she can lead the way in a potential red wave in 2024. With whispers of possible senate runs and talks of President Trump in 2024, there’s no denying that the future will be an exciting one for Arizona politics.
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