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Democrats pull another ‘Jerry Active’ stunt

THE ANCHORAGE DAILY PLANET

If you want to see just how low the Left is willing to sink to win November’s gubernatorial election, you need look no further than a liberal ad using a horrible family tragedy to further its political aims – and shamelessly doing it without the family’s permission.

Bree Moore, a vivacious Anchorage 20-year-old, was slain by her abusive boyfriend and unions and the Sealaska Corp., with a little help from a Florida consulting company, decided to use her death as a campaign gimmick to attack Mike Dunleavy, Must Read Alaska is reporting.

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(All the details are here.)

Unite Alaska for Walker-Mallott, which now just calls itself as Unite Alaska, started running ads accusing Dunleavy of blocking legislation called “Bree’s Law,” which has schools teaching children about dating violence and how to avoid becoming a victim.

The video itself is nothing short of brutal. Add to that: The family did not approve it and has asked for language to be attached making it clear it is not the family’s ad. Oh, by the way, the ad also is untrue – each time it came up for a vote, Dunleavy voted yes, Must Read Alaska reports.

[Read the rest of this story at The Anchorage Daily Planet]

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Suzanne Downing had careers in business and journalism before serving as the Director of Faith and Community-based Initiatives for Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and returning to Alaska to serve as speechwriter for Gov. Sean Parnell. Born on the Oregon coast, she moved to Alaska in 1969.

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  • The “Bree’s Law” add was first run in the Fairbanks area against Pete Kelley in the Kelly/Kawasaki Senate race. Pete Kelly came out with an add to refute the allegation that Senator kelly “did his best to stop the bill from becoming law.” Mike Dunleavy should produce an add to refute the allegation also.

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