Direct mail round-up: Angela Corey lets ‘dangerous criminals go free’

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coreykitsFourth Circuit State Attorney Angela Corey is having another difficult news cycle.

The candidate handpicked by her former campaign manager to run as a write-in and close the primary filed for bankruptcy, the Florida Times-Union reported.

To be reported very soon: a new poll from the T-U and the University of North Florida showing her primary opponent, the reform-minded Melissa Nelson, up big.

And in mailboxes in the 4th Circuit: a devastating closing argument from “First Coast Values.”

Contrary to her tough-on-crime persona, the mailer argues, Corey lets “dangerous criminals go free.”

The hard-hitting mail piece charges Corey allowed an “accused murderer to walk away, unscathed!”

As well, the mailer reminds 4th Circuit voters about the controversially slow processing of sexual assault test kits.

The call to action: “it’s time to end this careless career politician’s reign.”

A.G. Gancarski

A.G. Gancarski has written for since 2014. He is based in Northeast Florida. He can be reached at [email protected] or on Twitter: @AGGancarski

One comment

  • Karen Olson

    August 24, 2016 at 8:25 pm

    Yesterday you posted Harvard review saying she sentenced too many criminals to death and today you say she lets them go ! Angela Corey is doing a great job for Duval County!

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