Ann Kirkpatrick running shameful campaign
So shameful and full of lies, in fact, that the Tucson Weekly withdrew their endorsement of her.
From the NRCC:
Kirkpatrick has run a shameful campaign. But what’s even worse is her record: ObamaCare, the failed stimulus and taxpayer-funded bonuses for her staff and campaign cronies.
NRCC COMMENT: “If elected, Ann Kirkpatrick will be a complete embarrassment in office. As we’ve already seen, Kirkpatrick lacks the character, integrity and values to represent Arizona in Congress.” – NRCC Spokesman Daniel Scarpinato
The script for this ad is as follows:
ANNOUNCER: Ann Kirkpatrick is running one of the most dishonest campaigns in Arizona history.
The Tucson Weekly was so disgusted that it took back its endorsement of her.
Kirkpatrick’s record is even worse.
She wasted our money on ObamaCare, the failed stimulus, and then she spent thousands on taxpayer funded bonuses for her staff.
Ann Kirkpatrick- a shameful campaign to hide a shameful record.
DISCLAIMER: The National Republican Congressional Committee is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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