Lake Loses Bid, Vows Appeal

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I’m not sure if you’ve been following Kari Lake’s saga in her bid to become Governor of the state of Arizona. But if you haven’t, let me enlighten you. Kari Lake was a former newscaster for over 25 years on the Fox affiliate (channel 10) here in the Phoenix area. Now, being on Phoenix TV means you basically reach all of Arizona. There are only three cities of any size in this state. There is Phoenix, where about 60% of the population resides in Maricopa County, then you’ve got Tuscon…

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One thought on “Lake Loses Bid, Vows Appeal

  1. I grew up watching Kari Lake (and Ron Hoon, and Rick D’Amico) while getting ready for school each morning–she’s like family to any long-time residents. What happened in Arizona is a disgrace. I had to drop my ballot in “door #3” and I know at least a dozen people that waited hours, before giving up. I didn’t vote for Kari in the primaries and am not too invested in the results, but there is no question that voters here were disenfranchised, and it’s unfortunate that people were given two minutes to share their experience prior to certification. At the end of the day, the winner doesn’t matter, so long as elections are fair and transparent. However, since the state won’t even acknowledge that things were poorly run, there will almost certainly be no changes next time around.

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