This didn’t take long: First attack mailer surfaces in special election for House District 2

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Well, this didn’t take long. The first attack mailer in the special election for House District 2 has already surfaced. 

An Electioneering Communications Organization (ECO) – The Committee for a Better Florida – is targeting former Gulf Breeze Mayor Ed Gray and former Pensacola City Councilman Jack Nobles for being “Two Career Politicians” and part of the “Same Old Story.”

The Committee for a Better Florida is funded primarily by another ECO, the Freedom First Committee.

You can read the mailpiece for yourself below. Images courtesy of Rick Outzen, who notes that the mailer claims Gray and Nobles were “Living Large at Taxpayer Expense. Gray was paid a dollar year as Gulf Breeze mayor and Councilman and in the mid-30′s while serving on the School Board. Nobles was paid $12,000 a year for his post.

mailer 1

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mailer 2

 

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