[guest post by Dana]
Kari Lake met with officials at the National Republican Senatorial Committee on Thursday, two people familiar with the matter told POLITICO.
The meeting comes as Lake is considering a run for the Senate in Arizona. Caroline Wren, a senior adviser to Lake, confirmed the meeting, saying it lasted about an hour and that the topics of discussion included the differences between running a Senate and a gubernatorial campaign.
As recently as last weekend, Lake beat the dead horse again by claiming that the election had been stolen from her. She also claimed that Maricopa County election officials intentionally made sure there were technical problems which would hurt her chances. And of course, she didn’t forget to bring up Donald Trump, claiming that the 2020 election had been stolen from him as well.
Too many politicians see themselves as indispensable to the American people, even though voters disagree with them. (See: Stacy Abrams, Beto Rourke, Donald Trump, Kari Lake.) They just keep on trying…