If you’ve heard GOP senate candidate Carlos Lopez-Cantera at all on the campaign trail, he makes his disdain for Washington and D.C.-based politicians very explicit.
He’s doubling down on how ineffective he believes government has been in people’s lives with a new digital ad called “Contempt.”
“I think anybody who serves in public office should have a little contempt for government in their heart,” proclaims Lopez-Cantera in the opening scene of the ad.
“A lot of people say they want to Washington to ‘do this and do that’ — I want to go to Washington to un-do this and un-do that,” he continues.
The Florida lieutenant governor, a former Miami-Dade County state legislator for eight years, also talks in the ad about how he was able to save taxpayers money in Tallahassee.
Lopez-Cantera is one of five major Republican candidates vying for the Senate nomination.