Former Governor candidate Kari Lake came to Tucson Wednesday to promote her new book. She ran for Arizona Governor in 2022, but Katie Hobbs was declared the winner.

Lake presented several legal challenges to the election outcome in court, though the lawsuits have continued to uphold the certified election results.

She drew a large crowd to Firehouse Brewing on Grant to promote her new book, “Unafraid.”

We asked Lake if she plans to run for U.S. Senate. She says shes still occupied with her legal challenge to the result of the Governors election but is thinking of a run for Senate.

So we’ll be making a decision on that in the next couple of months and we’ll see,” Lake says. “I’m actually eyeing the Senate race. It’s something I’m considering.

Lake did not answer a question about whether she aspires to run for Vice President in the coming Presidential election.

A look at Arizona’s 2024 U.S. Senate candidates, so far:

Sixteen Arizonans have filed a statement of interest in running for U.S. Senate in 2024, according to the Secretary of State’s website. The statement of interest indicates that they’re collecting petition signatures for a possible nomination.

Here’s the field as it currently stands:


Andrew Becerra Colin Brady Hart “Sebastian” Cunningham Trista di Genova Ruben Gallego Peter Hessing Walter Ringfield Jr. William Taylor


Seth Johnson


John Elleray Edward Hampton Mark Lamb George Nicholson John Schiess Alan White Brian Wright