In 2008, Kate Brown promised, “With me, you’ll always have elections you can trust.”
But, like we expect from career politicians, it was an empty promise.
This week, we heard that Kate Brown’s office asked that the post office not deliver valid ballots… We heard of election fraud in Clackamas County, by an elections worker… And earlier this year, Kate Brown arbitrarily moved an election that was supposed to be in May to November to help her Democrat ally.
Is that what Kate calls, “Elections you can trust?”
Broken promises – one of the many reasons The Willamette Week said she would have to prove she is ‘sloppy’ instead of ‘slippery.’ It’s why most of the newspapers that endorsed her in 2008, now endorse me.
If you really want elections you can trust, help me win. Donate to my campaign.
Flat Out Lies:
So far in this campaign, Kate Brown has spent over $1,132,000. Yet as late as yesterday, she was still claiming she would limit her spending to $1 million.
I need your help to fight the special interests that control Kate Brown and are spending hundreds of thousands of dollars to protect her.
Just yesterday, in a debate on KGW, she said: “I have said I will limit my campaign spending to $1 million and that’s exactly what I will do, limit my campaign spending to $1 million dollars.”
When I pointed out that that she had already spent over a million dollars, she snapped, “You don’t get to question what I am doing.”
The unfortunate reality is that we have become so immune to career politicians lying that we now expect them to lie.
But it doesn’t have to be that way. Help me bring integrity back to the Secretary of State’s office.
Stop the lies. Stop the broken promises. Donate today and let’s Get Oregon Working.