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Andrew Thomas Releases a Very Andrew Thomas-y Campaign Ad

Disbarred former Maricopa County Attorney and current Republican gubernatorial candidate Andrew Thomas has released a very Andrew Thomas-y campaign ad.

By "Andrew Thomas-y," we mean there's a crossed-out Mexican flag, and Thomas claiming to stand up to the "gay lobby."

See also:
-Andrew Thomas Qualifies for Clean Elections Commission Funding

Also, the claim that he somehow managed to stop illegal immigration is what literary scholars would classify as a fairytale.

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It only gets worse when you consider that Thomas is running a publicly funded (that's you and me) campaign thanks to Clean Elections.

Did we mention that Thomas lost his law license for blatantly abusing his power as county attorney?

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