Kari Lake Gets a Big Bump

(TheIndependentStar.com) – Following recent endorsements from several Republican representatives for her Arizona Senate race, Oklahoma Senator Markwayne Mullin (R) and Wyoming Senator Cynthia Lummis (R) will support Kari Lake, which marked a notable development in the political arena.

Both Mullin and Lummis emphasized they were sure that Lake would be the perfect candidate to disrupt the status quo in Washington and defeat her Democratic adversary, Representative Ruben Gallego.

Mullin expressed his proudness and said, “Kari Lake is an America First fighter who isn’t afraid to take on the radical Socialists threatening our way of life. Arizonans have paid a heavy price for Biden’s failed policies, and they can count on her to help get our country back on track. I’m proud to endorse Kari Lake as the next Senator for Arizona.”

Lummis matched Mullin’s thoughts about Lake and stated that she is the fighter Arizonans need in the Senate and she would be the common-sense choice for Arizona who would secure the border, rein in spending and restore American Energy Independence.

Continuing with her supporters, former President Donald Trump Lake previously endorsed Lake as well as other prominent figures like Wyoming Senator John Barrasso, Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton and New York Representative Elise Stefanik.

Furthermore, the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) also supported the Arizona Republican in her race.

In addition, Lake expressed gratitude for Mullin and Lummis’s support. She viewed them as conservative fighters who have opposed Joe Biden’s radical agenda and anticipated collaborative efforts to strengthen America.

Lake initiated her Senate campaign committee registration with the Federal Elections Commission (FEC) on Oct. 3 ahead of an impactful campaign.

The Arizona Republican ran for governor in 2022 and is strongly favored to win the GOP primary. Lake will then face Gallego in a three-way general election if selected as the primary candidate.

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