Todd Staples Launches TV and Radio Ads Exposing Dan Patrick’s Blatant Hypocrisy On Border Security And Immigration
AUSTIN – This week, Todd Staples launched new TV and radio ads exposing Dan Patrick’s blatant hypocrisy on border security and immigration. Patrick, who touts himself as a “border champion”, is the only candidate in the race for Lieutenant Governor who has knowingly hired illegal immigrants and supported amnesty. The revelation of Patrick’s blatant hypocrisy on border security and immigration has been widely reported by news outlets across the state.
To hear the audio of a new radio ad, click here.
“Dan Patrick is a perfect example of why voters are sick and tired of politicians,” said Staples. “Voters need to take a serious look at the integrity and credibility of a politician like Dan Patrick who will say or do anything to get elected. If you can’t trust Dan Patrick to tell the truth about his record, how can you trust him as Lieutenant Governor.”
New television ad:
The ads highlight recent news stories that reported that Dan Patrick hired 4 illegal immigrants to work in his bars in Houston. Dan Patrick also supported the efforts of one immigrant to be granted amnesty. Dan Patrick’s action shows the blatant hypocrisy of his campaign.
“The facts are clear – I am the only candidate in the race with a real plan to secure the border and fix our failed immigration system,” added Staples. “Dan knows this, and that’s why he’s continually lied about me and lied about his own record. If voters choose me, I promise you this: I am an honest native Texan, a consistent conservative and my actions will always mirror my convictions. The same cannot be said for Dan Patrick.”
Election Day is less than a week away, and the Staples campaign is riding a wave of momentum and is confident in joining the incumbent in a runoff election. The campaign’s statewide grassroots supporters continue to swell with more than 100 leading members of the Texas Federation of Republican Women, Tea Party groups, top business leaders, state legislators and major agriculture associations. Election Day is March 4.