Kari Lake Fundraiser in SaddleBrooke, CANCELLED!!

VIA SBINSIDER EXCLUSIVE | September 8th UPDATED September 10th

Well, that was a real short story. The Lake campaign, which committed to an event here in SaddleBrooke has today, Saturday the 10th, decided that combining two events at the El Conquistador with this area’s resident was a better offer, according the Kathleen Dunbar local organizer for the event.

“While we are disappointed that we are not going to be hosting this event, this happens often in campaigns as candidates are constantly shifting schedules to meet demands for fund-raising and other priorities, added Dunbar. “We are still 100% committed to defeating the open border\inflation\abortion on demand candidate Ms. Hobbs. “


Kari Lake, the Republican primary winner for Governor of Arizona will be the in SaddleBrooke for a fund raiser and speech on Saturday, October 1st. The event will be held at the Mountain View Ballroom starting at 10:30 AM.

According to local organizer, Kathleen Dunbar, the Lake campaign has confirmed her attendance and cost to attend is $100 per person. The event is limited to 300 attendees and ticket purchases can be made via the following link :

“Kari Lake recognizes the importance of southern Arizona to her election in November and picked SaddleBrooke as a major source of donors and voters,” said Dunbar, adding “we are confident tickets will sell very fast and we expect that SaddleBrooke residents will be first in line.”

Lake defeated Karen Robson, who is the wife of the developer of SaddleBrooke and a number of other destination resorts and well known to the SaddleBrooke community. Lake defeated her by a margin of 48% to 43% in a race where reportedly Robson spent $15 million of her own funds. Lake will face current Secretary of State Hobbs in the general election November 8th.

Democrat Hobbs has substantial baggage regarding racial issues in a party that glorifies diversity. She was sued successfully twice by Talonya Adams for racial discrimination as former employee.  

The State of Arizona (taxpayers) was ordered to pay $2.75 million in damages for Hobbs actions.


Ticket\Event INQUIRIES: Nick Moore at ni**@ka******.com  480-246-9548
or Kathleen Dunbar at K.******@Re****.com  520-370-0671


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