Former Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake will be the featured speaker at the Conservative Political Action Conference’s (CPAC) high-profile Ronald Reagan Dinner in March, according to the event’s organizers.
The high-profile position comes on the heels of the Republican firebrand maintaining that Arizona did not hold a fair election following the race being called for now-Gov. Katie Hobbs.
Hobbs, at the time, served as the Arizona secretary of state and oversaw the election.
CPAC said in their Feb. 9 press release sent to The Epoch Times that Lake is “a rare leader who captured the hearts of conservatives with her honest, bold message, including closing the Arizona border and exposing widespread election fraud.”
The event will be held on March 3 in Washington and will feature prominent conservative speakers, a live auction, dinner, and dancing, according to the announcement.
“Our CPAC community welcomes her once again to CPAC in the Nation’s Capital,” said Megan Powers Small, CPAC spokesperson.
“Kari has been a breath of fresh air into conservative politics. She has an uncanny ability to tell it like it is, has given a voice to the silent majority in Arizona and across the country, and we can’t wait to have her liven up our CPAC stage at the Ronald Reagan Dinner.”
Lake announced her upcoming appearance on social media, saying on Twitter, “I’m excited to announce that I will be speaking at CPAC this year! I can’t wait to see you all there for another incredible conference!”
The annual conference is one of the world’s largest gatherings of conservatives. The group, which was founded in 1974, brings together hundreds of conservative organizations, thousands of activists, and millions of viewers.
According to the group’s website, CPAC is a 501(C)(3) educational foundation that “illustrates why conservative policies work better than liberal alternatives to solve the myriad problems facing America.”
The group hosts five Policy Centers, comprising Criminal Justice Reform, Human Dignity, 21st Century Property Rights, Statesmanship and Diplomacy, and Arts and Culture. The group facilitates research and creation of editorials activism training by their policy fellows for each of those policy centers.