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Smash-mouth campaign week II

SPEEDO, TEQUILA, AND GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS!!!

We were wondering when the Jeff Landfield pics would hit. We wonder no more.

It looks like the Craig Johnson for Senate L campaign decided to welcome Landfield to the NFL with this literature drop, which hit today, and which you may not be able to “unsee.”

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MEANWHILE, IN CAMP LANDFIELD

A full-throated endorsement from Landfield bro and Berkowitz endorser Andrew Halcro, and a pic of the speedo candidate who cleans up well. He hits both his opponents on the reverse side.

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And then, to top it off, he gets an “endorsement”from Shannyn Moore and Christopher Constant:

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UNIONS’ LATEST ‘ANYBODY BUT’ JOHNSON

Not to be outdone, the union political action committee called “Together For Alaska” funded in part by the state workers’ union, Governor Bill Walker’s former law partner (and political body double) Robin Brena, and came up with this:

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As for Natasha Von Imhof, she’s staying out of this food fight.

DISTRICT 9 MAILER HITS

Republicans across the state are going after Musk Ox leader Jim Colver with a postcard that hit today in District 9. This is the only race in American history where an Arctic herd mammal has taken center stage as a true political animal:

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DISTRICT 28 FLAMINGOS AND MORE

We’ve have heard of the mailer going out that has a Right-to-Life endorsement for candidate Ross Bieling. In the other camp, Jennifer Johnston put out a Carl Haiassen style hit piece on Bieling that has alligators, palm trees and flamingos that refer to his recent move to Alaska from Florida.

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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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