Republican Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake took her election integrity lawsuit to the highest court in the state.

After having her case rejected by both the superior and appellate courts over lack of evidence, Lake has appealed to the Arizona Supreme Court in an effort to overturn the results of the 2022 gubernatorial election.

In her appeal, Lake and her lawyers argued that the appellate court had effectively ruled that "Arizona election laws don’t matter," adding that, "If allowed to stand, the Opinion will make commonplace the type of official arrogance exemplified by Maricopa’s blaming of Republicans for voting on Election Day."

Lake's lawyers went on to point out that "public trust in elections is at an all-time low," and that decisions such as those handed down by the aforementioned courts "only serve to further erode that trust."