Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Kari Lake’s Voting Machine Case

The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear a case from Republican Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake.

Lake’s case alleges that voting machines in Arizona were “wrongly certified for use” in the 2022 election.

During the gubernatorial election, Lake was defeated by Democrat Katie Hobbs, who was Arizona’s top election official at the time while serving as secretary of state.

The case was dismissed by the lower court.

However, Lake’s attorneys argued that it has never been heard on the merits because the lower courts said Lake lacked standing “to assert an injury.”

“We are obviously disappointed that the U.S. Supreme Court decided not to review the decisions of the Arizona district court and the Ninth Circuit, and order that our challenge to the 2022 election procedures be heard on the merits,” a Monday statement from Kurt Olsen, one of Lake’s attorneys, said.

Lake did not comment directly on the Supreme Court’s decision, but did repost a sarcastic comment from an independent journalist that the court didn’t consider an election integrity case worthwhile “during another crucial presidential race.”

Lake has been outspoken about her belief that she actually won her race in Arizona but it was stolen from her due to election fraud.

Since the gubernatorial race, Lake has launched her campaign in Arizona for the U.S. Senate against Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-AZ).

President Donald Trump endorsed Lake in the governor’s race and is also endorsing her for Senate.

She was a top candidate for vice president on Trump’s ticket this fall.

However, she now seems to be out of the running due to her Senate campaign.

Lake is a favorite candidate because she has been popular in Arizona.

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She would serve as a strong ally for Trump in the Senate if she wins the seat.

Despite losing out in the governor’s race, Lake remains popular with voters.

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By Nick R. Hamilton

Nick has a broad background in journalism, business, and technology. He covers news on cryptocurrency, traditional assets, and economic markets.

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