Today, Club for Growth Action launched a website, KristenCarlsonWrongforFlorida.com, along with two new digital ads that explain how Kristen Carlson has a pattern of placing special interests over Florida’s families. This is part of a $74,000 digital ad campaign.
Entitled, “Tainted,” the ad reveals that Kristen Carlson sought to protect Mexico from culpability after it was discovered that Mexico had sent orange juice laced with salmonella to the U.S.
Entitled, “Contaminated,” the ad explains that while working as an attorney Democrat Kristen Carlson tried to force the U.S. to import Brazilian orange juice that was contaminated with an FDA-banned chemical.
The website, KristenCarlsonWrongforFlorida.com, exposes Kristen Carlson’s track record of putting special interests ahead of the health and safety of children in Florida.
Upon launch of the website, Club for Growth Action President David McIntosh noted, “Kristen Carlson’s past tells us that Congress should not be in her future. On more than one occasion, she sought to bring contaminated orange juice into the United States and put children’s health at risk. Carlson can’t be trusted.”
Transcripts and links to the ads are included below.
Did Kristen Carlson protect consumers?
Actually, she cashed in with a special interest outfit and when the CDC found Mexican orange juice caused a salmonella outbreak she tried to protect Mexico from blame.
Carlson wrong for Congress.
If Kristen Carlson had her way, orange juice could be dangerous.
Carlson pushed the U.S. to import Brazilian orange juice despite contamination with a banned chemical that can cause illness and even death.
That’s wrong. Don’t send Carlson to Congress.