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Kari Lake says her election lawsuit is the best hope at reforming elections in the US

"I have great faith in this case, and we may actually expand things a bit. I will just kind of leave it at that, and I won't reveal our full strategy," Lake said.

Published: July 8, 2023 3:49pm

Former GOP Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake said that she believes her election lawsuit is the best hope at reforming elections across the country.

"This is, I believe, our best hope to get reform in our elections: my case," Lake said on the Friday edition of the "Just the News, No Noise" TV show. "I believe it's the greatest election case. We have the truth on our side. We have tons of evidence. Yes, we haven't had a judge rule in our favor. But it takes a lot of courage to make the right ruling on this case."

Lake and her team have filed a notice for appeal. You can read it here: 

"We filed a notice for appeal," she said. "And we're working on our appeal. We hope to have it filed at the earliest within a week, at the latest by the end of the month." 

She hinted that they may have a bigger strategy with the lawsuit, but didn't elaborate. 

"We have this fraud named Katie Hobbs sitting in the governor's office," Lake continued. "Anything they (the state legislature) push on election reform, she vetoes. So I believe my case is the only way to truly get reform and we're going to continue to push it. I have great faith in this case, and we may actually expand things a bit. I will just kind of leave it at that, and I won't reveal our full strategy."

Since losing to current Arizona Democratic Gov. Katie Hobbs, Lake has contested the results of the 2022 election in court, arguing that thousands of Republican voters were disenfranchised on Election Day, when voting machine errors occurred in at least 60% of the voting centers in Maricopa County. She also pointed out major problems with the signature verification process for mail-in ballots.

Lake has vowed to take her election lawsuit all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court if necessary. 

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