Arizona Republican Blake Masters, who lost his 2022 bid for U.S. Senate, announced Thursday morning he is running to represent Arizona’s 8th Congressional District.
Masters will vie for the seat now occupied by incumbent Rep. Debbie Lesko, R-Ariz., who announced last week that she would retire at the end of her current term.
“Biden has failed. We need Trump back. We need to stop inflation, Build the Wall, avoid WW3, and secure Arizona’s water future. We need to fight for our families,” Masters wrote in a social media post.
Masters, who lost to Democrat Mark Kelly in 2022, had reportedly been weighing another run for a U.S. Senate seat. Independent now occupies the Senate seat that will be on the 2024 ballot.
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