EXCLUSIVE: Candidate Sheriff Mack Slams Rivals For Scandals Before Tuesday’s Election

Sheriff Richard Mack is running for Congress in Arizona to replace outgoing Rep. Trent Franks, who resigned amid a sex scandal.

Mack has some strong words for his opponents, saying that his rivals have considerable baggage of their own. A minister and majority leader of the state house Steve Montenegro is under fire for reportedly exchanging “racy texts” with an aide.

Tuesday’s election, Mack says, can be won with only 20 percent of the vote.

Mack addressed our viewers, and also President Trump:

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Posted by Big League Politics on Friday, February 23, 2018


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