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Georgia Honor Releases New Ad: “Threatened”
Washington, D.C. – Today, Senate Majority PAC’s affiliated group Georgia Honor is releasing a new ad campaign educating voters about Herschel Walker’s record. The ad, titled “Threatened,” documents Walker’s history of violence against his ex-wife, Cindy Grossman, using police reports, news coverage, and Grossman and Walker’s own words.
“While Herschel Walker has demonstrated a pattern of repeating false claims and spreading lies, he has never denied his ex-wife Cindy’s accusations of violence—her words and the public records speak for themselves: Walker held a gun to her head, said he was going to kill her, and even threatened a shootout with police outside of her home,” said spokesperson Veronica Yoo. “We encourage voters to further research Herschel Walker’s publicly documented record of violence and decide for themselves whether he is ready to represent Georgia values in the United States Senate.”
The ad will reach Georgia voters statewide beginning Wednesday, and will air as part of Georgia Honor and SMP’s $33 million fall television reservation in state.
“Threatened” Ad Transcript:
“Herschel Walker has repeatedly threatened to kill his ex-wife.
He held a razor to her throat and threatened to kill her.
He’s accused of choking her until she passed out.
He threatened a shoot out with police outside her home.
[Herschel Walker]: ‘And, um, I put a gun to her head.’
[Cindy Grossman]: ‘The first time he held the gun to my head… He held the gun to my temple and said he was going to blow my brains out.’
Look up the public records yourself.”
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