According to a report form The Washington Examiner, Arizona GOP gubernatorial hopeful Kari Lake insists she’s dedicated to serving eight years as governor, despite growing speculation that she may be selected for former President Donald Trump’s presidential ticket should he run again.
From The Examiner:
When asked by Jon Karl, the host of ABC’s This Week, if she would commit to serving all four years as governor if elected next month, Lake responded, “I’m going to serve eight years as governor of Arizona.”
The Republican gubernatorial nominee is locked in a tight race against Democratic opponent Katie Hobbs, the current secretary of state in Arizona.
Meanwhile, Lake stopped by Fox News to clarify that a Trump-Lake ticket may be a play by the mainstream media: