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GOP chairman criticizes 'Gang of Four' ad

AL.com reports: Alabama Republican Party Chairman Bill Armistead said today he did not like what he said was the attacking style of the "Gang of Four" campaign ad run by Chad Mathis in the District 6 congressional race.

"I am disappointed to see one congressional candidate in the 6th District take on four others by name and blasting them," Armistead said. ...

Armistead said competition is beneficial, but that candidates should focus on their differences on issues and their records. He said Mathis' ad veers from that and into attack mode. -- Alabama Republican Chairman Bill Armistead says Chad Mathis 'Gang of Four' ad not good for GOP | AL.com

[See Mathis' website TheGangOf4.com.]

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