Poll Shows Early Lead for Kari Lake in US Senate General Election – Lake to Announce Campaign TONIGHT at Huge Rally

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According to a recent poll by National Research Inc., Kari Lake is leading the U.S. Senate General Election race, with incumbent Kyrsten Sinema (I) lagging behind her by double digits in a hypothetical three-way.

As Lake prepares to launch her campaign tonight in Scottsdale with a rally, thousands have registered for tickets to hear her plan on tackling the radical left in Washington D.C.

Last week, Lake filed official paperwork declaring her candidacy for Senate and has already remodeled her webpage with new logos and information funded by a newly formed committee.

Last week, Abe Hamadeh, the Trump-endorsed Arizona Republican who narrowly lost his election for Arizona Attorney General by a mere 280 votes, granted an exclusive interview to The Gateway Pundit during which he announced his endorsement of Kari Lake.

Polls have placed her well ahead of her closest RINO rival and in a hypothetical general election matchup between Lake and far-left Congressman Ruben Gallego, both candidates are currently locked in a “dead heat”.

However, the survey also revealed that Independents–the state’s largest voting bloc and largest undecided group–favor Kari Lake.

It remains uncertain whether Kyrsten Sinema will seek reelection after leaving the Democratic Party last year.

Washington Examiner reports:

In a race that includes all three candidates, Lake leads the field with 37% support compared to 33% who said they would back Gallego, according to independent polling conducted by National Research Inc. that was first obtained by the Washington Examiner. Another 19% said they’d reelect Sinema, while another 10% of voters remain undecided.

Lake’s lead is largely due to a split Democratic vote between Gallego and Sinema that could occur if all three candidates run on the general ballot next year. However, Sinema has not announced whether she intends to run for reelection, making things slightly more difficult for Lake should the senator choose to resign.

In a hypothetical two-way race between Lake and Gallego, both candidates are polling at 44% while 12% of voters remain undecided, the poll shows. However, Lake is more favorable among independents as 43% of the voting bloc said they’d prefer her over 39% who said the same for Gallego — possibly giving her an edge in the critical battleground state.

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