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Kari Lake brings message to Bullhead City

Arizona Senatorial candidate Kari Lake speaks to a crowd at the Anderson Fieldhouse in Bullhead City June 2. Photo by Kane Wickham

BULLHEAD CITY – Last Sunday afternoon Bullhead City Senatorial candidate Kari Lake brought her message to a crowd that packed the Anderson Fieldhouse meeting room.

Well over 100 people filled the conference room to hear what the Republican candidate had to say which traversed all topics starting with the conviction of leading Presidential candidate Donald Trump last week.

Lake wasted no time in declaring her support for Trump regardless of his status post-conviction declaring that she would gladly vote for Trump regardless of his conviction. Lake went on to assuage the crowd with her own plans for both Arizona and the nation on a wide variety of topics including support for the largest deportation operation in American history, openly declaring that the 12 million-plus people who have entered the United States illegally under the current administration “Have to go home.” Lake stated that she intends to back legislation to end the current fad of men participating in women’s sports and invading locker rooms. She said that as a mother herself she is angered by this behavior and that it has no place in America which brought about massive applause.

Lake railed against the fentanyl problem that Arizona and the nation have been facing since the 2020 election and promised action on cleaning up the nation’s election problems and attacking the sources for the fentanyl onslaught which killed almost 75,000 Americans in 2022, the last year Fentanyl deaths were counted by the CDC.

Lake spoke for over an hour on these and many more issues including getting more federal funding for Arizona infrastructure, which she pointed out is in dire need of repair across the state. She cited the repaving of Hwy. 95 in Bullhead City as a good sign of things to come.

Lake then took questions from the crowd for another half hour before exiting the stage to meet and greet people in person, signing autographs and taking selfies.

Kane Wickham