July 12, 2022
Today, the Karrin for Arizona campaign released a new TV ad that contrasts Karrin Taylor Robson’s lifelong conservative record with Kari Lake, a former Democrat who donated to Barack Obama. The 30-second ad highlights Taylor Robson’s new endorsement by the National Border Patrol Council, and contrasts her six-point plan to secure the border with Lake’s scheme to grant mass amnesty to over 11 million illegal immigrants. The ad – airing statewide across broadcast, cable, radio, satellite and streaming – also notes Taylor Robson’s work in the Reagan administration and longtime advocacy for gun rights. Lake, meanwhile, only joined the NRA last year out of political expediency.
See the new ad here:
The National Border Patrol Council’s announcement of support is the latest in a string of endorsements for Taylor Robson. In recent days, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, former Congressman Matt Salmon and a host of law enforcement and other prominent Arizona leaders and organizations have endorsed Taylor Robson’s candidacy. “
I am proud to receive the support of the brave men and women of the U.S. Border Patrol, and their endorsement is the latest sign of our campaign’s momentum,” said Taylor Robson. “The contrast between my record and Kari Lake’s couldn’t be clearer: while I spent decades fighting in the trenches alongside Arizona conservatives, Kari Lake was fighting against us as a member of the mainstream media and Obama supporter. I know Arizona Republicans will make the right choice on Aug. 2.”