Huge Crowds Gather In Lowa To See Conservative Superstar Kari Lake
Arizona GOP gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake is expanding her national profile with a weekend trip to Iowa, where she will attend a meet-and-greet event organized by the Scott County Republican Women and the Scott County Republican Party in Bettendorf.
A video shared on social media showed a queue of excited fans stretching out the door and into the parking lot.
The meet and greet event drew large numbers on Friday. “OMGosh!!” Lake responded on Twitter. “This throng in Iowa is twice as large as we expected. The team is rearranging furniture to ensure that everyone can fit inside. People, don’t go anyplace. We’re making space!”
Lake has two events scheduled for this weekend, including a meet & greet. She will do another meet and greet on Saturday in Ankeny, Iowa, hosted by the Dallas County Republican Party and Northside Conservatives.
Lake tweeted a snapshot of the lengthy queue to get into the event early Saturday morning, writing, “WOW! Today, my team texted me this snapshot of the line to get into our first Iowa event. People waiting in the cold, connected into the struggle to save America! I’ll see you later!”
Lake’s popularity has swept the country, and her name has become synonymous with a rallying call for election security in the United States.
Lake recently told Piers Morgan that she has traveled extensively in recent days in order to engage Americans in her campaign to restore election integrity. “I go all throughout this nation,” she explained. “I’ve probably traveled to six states since the election. I can’t travel five feet in Arizona without hearing someone say, ‘I voted for you, everyone I know voted for you, our ballot was rejected on Election Day, please keep fighting for us.'”