Someone Get Jim Lamon a Map…Or a Dictionary

For Immediate Release
Tuesday, February 1, 2022
Contact: Hannah Goss,
Someone Get Jim Lamon a Map…Or a Dictionary 

PHOENIX — Two out-of-towners walk into Arizona and run for Senate….
Over the weekend, two GOP Senate primary candidates — Utah resident Jim Lamon and Silicon Valley tech bro Blake Masters — got into a Twitter spat after Lamon bragged about the “grand opening for [his] Tuscon campaign office.” Just as we were struggling to find “Tuscon” on a map, Masters took the chance to bash his primary opponent for incorrectly spelling Tucson, Arizona’s second-largest city. 

This isn’t the first case of GOP infighting in this crowded contest. For months, the candidates have attacked each other via tv ads, office protests, Twitter feuds, and in print

“This is exactly what happens when carpetbagging candidates cross state lines and decide that they should run for office in Arizona,” said ADP spokesperson Hannah Goss. “Instead of talking about the issues that matter to Arizona families, these out-of-towners are busy catching up on our state’s geography. While these GOP candidates may be comfortable putting politics first and Arizonans last, I would imagine there aren’t too many Tucsonans who’ll vote for someone who isn’t even willing to learn the proper spelling of their city.” 


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