Unlike almost every other state in the country, Arizona is still counting votes from Tuesday night’s election. But pro-life gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake is confident of victory.
Currently, pro-abortion Secretary of State Katie Hobbs leads Lake by less than 13,000 votes with only 70% of the ballots in and conservative political observers say Republican areas are yet to be counted that will propel Lake to victory. But they’re also concerned about irregularities in the process and the potential for fraud.
Still, Lake tells the Daily Caller she believes she will win.
“We’re going to win probably comfortably, and [Blake Masters] going to win but it’s going to be tighter. But we believe Blake Masters has a very, very, very good shot of winning, and they’re afraid,” Lake said. “They wanted, you know, the whole narrative, the reason they slow-rolled these results was, ‘Oh, the Trump-endorsed candidates didn’t do well. Didn’t do well.’ We’re going to win in Arizona and they’re going to have to eat their words.”
Lake says she has always been consistently pro-life but called out Hobbs for trying to hide her radical pro-abortion views.
Follow LifeNews on the MeWe social media network for the latest pro-life news free from Facebook’s censorship!
“I support saving as many lives as possible. What I really want to know, and I’ve been waiting, I tune into you guys all the time, is I want to know where Katie Hobbs stands,” Lake explained to local television station.
Meanwhile, Lake has released television commercial during the campaign making her pro-life views clear — saying “We will never stop fighting for the unborn.”