Calling Republican attorney general candidate Frank White a “Car Salesman Turned Politician,” a handful of Florida Sheriffs rebuked White’s attacks against GOP opponent Ashley Moody and lodged a few attacks of their own.
Each of the sheriff’s appearing in the new television commercial has endorsed Moody, a former circuit judge and federal prosecutor.
Appearing in the commercial are sheriffs: Grady Judd (Polk County), A.J. Smith (Franklin County), Dennis Lemma (Seminole County), Darryl Daniels (Clay County), Gordon Smith (Bradford County), Rick Ramsay (Monroe County), Arnold Lanier (Hardee County), and Mike Williams (Jacksonville/Duval County).
Moody has received nearly universal support from organizations representing law enforcement across the state including 90% of Republican sheriffs.
The race turned heated when White, a corporate attorney for a car dealership, began attacking Moody as a “liberal” who was for a short-time in her 20s registered as a Democrat.
Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd: DEFEND the constitution.
Franklin County Sheriff A.J. Smith: LOCK UP criminals.
Seminole County Sheriff Dennis Lemma: That’s the job of our Attorney General.
PROSECUTOR Ashley Moody’s done it.
Clay County Sheriff Darryl Daniels: POLITICIAN Frank White hasn’t.
Bradford County Sheriff Gordon Smith: White’s LYING about Moody’s record
Monroe County Sheriff Rick Ramsay: to HIDE HIS.
Hardee County Sheriff Arnold Lanier: White’s NEVER prosecuted a case.
Jacksonville County Sheriff Mike Williams: NOT ONE.
Seminole County Sheriff Dennis Lemma: White’s a car salesman turned politician—whose old firm gave THOUSANDS to liberals.
Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd: Ashley Moody’s the REAL conservative.
PRO SECOND AMENDMENT
ENDORSED by Pam Bondi, stands with Trump.
Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd: WE trust Ashley Moody—so can you.
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