(D) Latina Candidate Amanda Aguirre delivers another roundhouse kick to Raul Grijalvaby Dee Dee Garcia Blase on Aug. 25, 2012, under 2012 Arizona Elections, female-led political movement, Hispanic Latino Vote, Independent voter centrist moderate swing vote, independent voter open primary election, Women Voters
I’m glad Amanda delivered another roundhouse kick to Grijalva. Here is how they responded to a mass mailer that is being delivered by an anti-Grijalva group:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 25, 2012
Grijalva Continues Bullying Behavior
TUCSON, AZ—Yesterday, the Grijalva campaign sent a press release blindly accusing former State Senator Amanda Aguirre of “finance irregularities”. The Grijalva campaign has issued repeated attacks and false accusations that constitute a pattern of bullying behavior. Grijalva’s most recent attempt to manipulate the media in his favor is a direct example of his underhanded bullying tactics.
Arizona is tired of Grijalva’s intimidation tactics and threats, of which there is a long history, and tired of Grijalva bullying his colleagues and constituents via leveraging the political power of his congressional position.
Sen. Aguirre responded, “This is typical desperation politics on the part of Grijalva. My campaign has never coordinated with an independent political committee nor on any independent expenditures.” Aguirre continued, “It is no surprise others feel unhappy with Grijalva. There are several groups of people extremely frustrated with him and his boycott of Arizona. In fact, Arizona has seen an increase in the number of groups that are displeased with Grijalva.”
Sen. Aguirre added, “This is merely another distraction ploy from Grijalva, again, to avoid facing the important issues that he has failed to address. “
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