Kari Lake plans to serve two terms as Ariz. gov. if elected

Arizona Republican nominee for governor Kari Lake speaks during a campaign rally attended by former U.S. President Donald Trump at Legacy Sports USA on October 09, 2022 in Mesa, Arizona. Trump was stumping for Arizona GOP candidates, including gubernatorial nominee Kari Lake, ahead of the midterm election on November 8. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

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UPDATED 10:07 AM PT – Monday, October 24, 2022

Arizona gubernatorial nominee Kari Lake has dismissed speculation she may run as vice president on a potential Trump-led ticket in 2024.

During an interview with ABC News on Sunday, Lake said she plans on serving as governor for two terms if elected. The Republican noted she is hearing a lot about 2024 on the campaign trail. However, Lake added that she believes the media is trying to scare voters to make them think she is going to leave.

Lake also said she plans on being the worst nightmare of ‘fake news’ in Arizona for eight years.

This comes as recent polling indicates that Lake is on track to defeat Democrat Katie Hobbs in November.

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Author: Sophia Flores