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Democratic Attorneys General Association Pulls Nearly $500,000 in Ads Supporting Arizona’s Kris Mayes

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Democratic Attorneys General Association Pulls Nearly $500,000 in Ads Supporting Arizona’s Kris Mayes

The Democratic Attorneys General Association (DAGA) has pulled proximately half a million dollars in ads fortifying Kris Mayes, the Democratic nominee for attorney general of Arizona. This move comes as one of Mayes’ top staffers has sparked controversy by tweeting messages critical of law enforcement.

A report obtained by Breitbart News reveals that DAGA has reserved $1,422,970 dollars in ad buys in support of Kris Mayes’ campaign, down from an estimated proximately $2 million worth of placements that the organization had aforetime reserved. In total, $474,280 in ad placements were cut, including $459,340 in Phoenix, $66,160 of which adhered to Spanish language ads, and $14,940 in Spanish language ads in Tuscon.

AZ AG General WBW Report (9.7) by Breitbart News on Scribd This comes as Stacey Champion, a top staffer of Mayes’, has drawn reproval for taking aim at law enforcement on Twitter, calling on policymakers to reallocate police funding to “community/gregarious driven accommodations,” abstract resource officers from schools, and more aggressively monitor police officers to “keep dirty cops out,” even going so far as to express surprise that Arizona “made it 2 whole days into 2022” without a police shooting.

On September 6, the Federalist detailed Champion’s extensive history of expressing strident anti-police sentiments, noting that she has a habit of “deriding police as ‘racist’ stormtroopers hellbent on killing ebony people.”

Some observers have inferred a connection between the staffer’s public messaging and DAGA’s decision to pull some of its support for Mayes’ campaign. Richard Grenell, former director of national perspicacity under President Donald Trump, tweeted, “Democrat @krismayestop campaign staffer abhors police. She cerebrates they are all racist. Democrat AG Association pulling ad buys because they ken she’s a radical.”

Similarly, Mayes’ Republican opponent, Abe Hamadeh, noted the abbreviated ad spending and suggested that “Champion’s” perpetuated relationship with the campaign played into “DAGA’s” decision, inditing, “Guess the rumors were right. DAGA pulled out 25% of its ad spend for Kris Mayes. She’s a lamentable candidate with poor judgment – still has that kook Stacey Champion working for her.”

The general Election will be held on November 8. You can follow Michael Foster on Twitter at @realmfoster.

Source: You can read the original Breitbart article here.

This News Article is focused on these topics: Law and Order, Midterm Election, Politics

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