Ouch: Democrats cry nepotism in tough new ad against SD 4 candidate Dorothy Hukill

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The Florida Democratic Party today released a new television ad, “That’s Nepotism,” highlighting what it describes as “the recent scandal surrounding  Dorothy Hukill’s record of giving her son’s company, Crimson Consulting, over $100,000 in campaign funds  — and the company’s refusal to pay local taxes.”
“The scandal surrounding Dorothy Hukill’s nepotism confirms what we already knew about this Tallahassee politician: she’s looking out for herself, not the best interest of central Florida residents,” said Brannon Jordan, spokeswoman for the Florida Democratic Party. “Whether its giving herself pay raises year after year while refusing to pay her own taxes, or funneling her campaign funds to her son’s bank account, Dorothy Hukill’s questionable financial practices have shown time and again that she simply can’t be trusted with our tax dollars, or with our state’s future.”

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