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  • Scott Jones ad stretches truth about Bera, his record as sheriff

    The National Republican Congressional Committee is running a television ad linking Rep. Ami Bera, D-Elk Grove, with “dirty money” and “fraud” while touting the record of Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones, a Republican running against Bera for Congress. The ad attempts to tie Bera to the campaign finance crimes of his father while claiming that Jones “cleaned up Sacramento’s sheriff’s department.”

The National Republican Congressional Committee is running a television ad linking Rep. Ami Bera, D-Elk Grove, with “dirty money” and “fraud” while touting the record of Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones, a Republican running against Bera for Congress. The ad attempts to tie Bera to the campaign finance crimes of his father while claiming that Jones “cleaned up Sacramento’s sheriff’s department.”
The National Republican Congressional Committee is running a television ad linking Rep. Ami Bera, D-Elk Grove, with “dirty money” and “fraud” while touting the record of Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones, a Republican running against Bera for Congress. The ad attempts to tie Bera to the campaign finance crimes of his father while claiming that Jones “cleaned up Sacramento’s sheriff’s department.”
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GOP campaign ad overreaches on deeds by Ami Bera, Scott Jones

October 13, 2016 12:01 AM

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