RELEASE: ADP Statement on Masters’ Campaign for U.S. Senate
PHOENIX — After Blake Masters officially launched his Arizona GOP Senate campaign, ADP Spokesperson Sarah Guggenheimer released the following statement:
“Barreling into the race with $10 million in promised outside spending from a California billionaire, Blake Masters can’t even pretend he’s running to actually represent Arizonans — he’s trying to buy his way to the Senate. Masters’ candidacy only serves to make a chaotic, expensive, and absurd GOP primary that’s centered around President Trump, not Arizonans, even more volatile. With more and more candidates jumping in and spending money, the only thing that’s certain in this brawling primary is that it’s not going to end anytime soon.”
As a reminder, Trump has taken center stage in this primary from the start, with each candidate more focused on catering to Trump than looking out for Arizonans:
- Lamon ran ads targeting Trump’s New Jersey golf course.
- In response to blistering criticism from Trump, “lackluster” Brnovich defended the conspiracy-driven Maricopa ‘audit’ and is now ignoring mounting pressure to investigate it.
- McGuire flip-flopped from acknowledging Biden as president to saying he’s “disappointed” the Electoral College didn’t overturn the election.