On Monday, Arizona Gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake joined Charlie Kirk on ‘Real America’s Voice’ to discuss future plans if her ongoing election lawsuit does not pan out.

Lake narrowly lost to Democrat Secretary of State Katie by a margin of 17,000 votes in an election that was marred with irregularities and issues tabulating election-day votes in places such as Maricopa County.

Lake made it clear from election day on that if she were to lose the Governor’s race, it would not be the last that people would see of her in Arizona politics, but has not elaborated significantly on her future plans.

On Kirk’s show, Lake responded to speculation that she may run for the U.S. Senate seat open in the 2024 election in Arizona, saying that she was “entertaining” running in the election.

The race could be advantageous for Republicans as the vote will likely be split between incumbent Senator Krysten Sinema (Ind-Az.) who recently broke off from the Democratic Party and the Democratic nominee.

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During a Monday morning appearance on the Charlie Kirk Show, former Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake hinted that her time in politics was long from over, and that she may run for Senate in 2024.

Lake lambasted her Democratic opposition, deeming them dangerous to the people of Arizona, and suggested that she was the only Republican who could beat them.

“Some people are clamouring for you to run for the US Senate,” Kirk began. “We got Gallego running, Sinema might run, therefore there’s a very clear lane for a three-way race. Is this something you’re interested in? Something you’re entertaining?”

“Yes I am entertaining it,” Lake replied, noting however that her “number one priority” remains her ongoing court case. “I hope that we’ll get a judge to do the right thing,” she said, “but I’m also looking at what happens if we don’t get a decent ruling.”

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