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Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Eldridge continues trumping of John Boozman

Posted By on Tue, May 10, 2016 at 7:10 AM


Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Conner Eldridge has released another ad using Donald Trump's words to condemn Republican Sen. John Boozman.

Will it wash off on Boozman? We'll see. It certainly ought to give pause to anyone tempted to vote for Trump.

Eldridge's ad labels Boozman a "do-nothing politician" whose only passed four bills in Congress in 15 years, naming four postoffice in Arkansas. Said his release:

One cannot look at this collection of statements by Donald Trump and not be appalled. But it would appear that Senator John Boozman is an exception to the rule.

Senator Boozman is an enabler of Donald Trump’s reprehensible conduct. For John Boozman to unequivocally state that he would support Donald Trump for President speaks volumes about his willingness to put partisan politics ahead of common sense.

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