California GOP congressional candidate drops first ad targeting Democrat’s PAC pledge

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Young Kim, California’s Republican candidate for the 39th Congressional District, has dropped her first ad, targeting first-term Democratic incumbent Gil Cisneros’s corporate PAC pledge and his D.C. voting record.

The voiceover in the ad says: “Two years ago, Gil Cisneros promised he’d oppose Nancy Pelosi for speaker, then elected Pelosi speaker with his very first vote. Cisneros promised us he’d be independent, then voted with his party 100% of the time, mega-millionaire Gil Cisneros even promised he’d reject PAC donations, then took a million dollars from PACs. Gil Cisneros deceived us just to get elected, because Gil Cisneros puts his interests over ours.”

“Gil Cisneros has shown time and again that we cannot trust him to stand by his word. Now, as he desperately tries to hang onto power, Gil is attempting to rewrite history and deceive voters again. From his PAC donations to his support of Nancy Pelosi, Gil’s promises ring hollow, and the voters of the 39th District deserve better,” Kim said in a statement.

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