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Kari Lake wants to be elected to the Senate. She also wants to keep fighting the election she lost
Kari Lake is preparing to launch a U.S. Senate campaign with a splashy rally outside Phoenix, having never conceded that she lost last year’s race for Arizona governor
PHOENIX (AP) — Kari Lake asked for a show of hands.
Who's been canceled? Who's lost friends? Has strained relations with family? Been indicted? Sued for defamation?
“If your hand did not go up in any of that, then I do think you need to work a little harder. I really do,” Lake told an adoring crowd of Michigan Republicans gathering last month on Mackinac Island.
Lake will launch a U.S. Senate campaign for an Arizona seat in a splashy Scottsdale rally on Tuesday, having never conceded that she lost last year's race for Arizona governor. She is trying out new messages and courting the support of national Republicans she’s insulted in the past. But the former television news host isn't backing down on the things that made her a star on the far right — her combativeness with perceived enemies, her fealty to Donald Trump and her willingness to defend his election lies.