FBI investigation of white powder sent to Kari Lake campaign office 


And the Hazardous Materials crew was able “to collect the items and secure the area.” 

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The envelope and an additional piece of mail were “confiscated by law enforcement and sent to professionals at Quantico for examination.”

“Early this morning, Sunday, November 6th, the FBI, along with our local law enforcement partners, responded to a report of suspicious letters at an office building near 40th Street and Camelback Road,” the FBI National Press Office issued an acknowledgement. 

Adding that “No further information will be released at this time.”

The staff member who opened the package remains under medical watch.  And the FBI investigation should identify the white powder soon. 

Democrat gubernatorial candidate Katie Hobbs office was burglarized in late October, and a suspect was arrested and charged with the theft.

Hobbs released the following statement.

“The reported incident at Kari Lake’s campaign office is incredibly concerning and I am thankful that she and her staff were not harmed. Political violence, threats, or intimidation have no place in our democracy. I strongly condemn this threatening behavior directed at Lake and her staff.”