Kari Lake Wins Two Major Endorsements

Kari Lake, the Republican candidate for the United States Senate from Arizona, got endorsements from Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky and Rep. Matt Gaetz of Florida this week.  Lake is the ideal candidate to unseat Democrat opponent Ruben Gallego and bring change to Washington, according to Paul and Gaetz.

According to Rep. Gaetz, Kari Lake is unshakably MAGA and won’t be owned by the establishment. Endorsing her for Arizona Senate is a privilege, and he’s eagerly anticipating her causing a stir in the corridors of power.

According to Sen. Paul, the type of leadership that Arizona requires in the US Senate is precisely what Kari Lake plans to bring to Washington, DC.  Lake has the motivation to restore American rights and to fight the Washington War Machine.

When asked about the endorsements, Lake told media outlets that she was appreciative and that Paul and Gaetz have been fighters for America First, liberty, and fiscal responsibility.  The two endorsements have left her with a sense of optimism, and she plans to use it to forward President Trump’s goals.

Former President Donald Trump, Senators Cotton of Arkansas, Hagerty of Tennessee, Marshall of Kansas, Tuberville of Alabama, Banks of Indiana, and Stefanik of New York have also endorsed Lake.

The endorsement by The National Republican Senate Committee (NRSC)  is noteworthy because it shows that her campaign has the backing of the national GOP.  According to Sen. Steve Daines, head of the NRSC, Lake is running a formidable campaign that can unseat Arizona’s current senator in November.

The Republican from Arizona is a heavy favorite to win the GOP primary. If Lake is chosen as the primary candidate, she will most likely be joined in a 3-way general election battle by Democrat Rep. Ruben Gallego and Independent Senator Kyrsten Sinema.

Cook Political shows the Senate race in Arizona is considered a toss-up, so Republicans have a greater chance of making gains there than in Pennsylvania or Montana, both of which are projected to tilt left in 2024.  Lake is shown slightly ahead of Gallego in two recent surveys.