From the office of Del. J.B. Jennings:
As State Senate candidates in District 7 vie for votes from Republicans in the upcoming Primary Election, Delegate J.B. Jennings is urging voters to pay attention to Al Redmer’s record.
“Al Redmer’s literature describes him as a ‘conservative’, but it is misleading,” said Jennings. “Until he decided to run in District 7, which is a more Republican and more conservative district than the District 8 he previously represented for 13 years, Al Redmer was a Republican who voted like a Democrat. While I always am happy when people strengthen their pro-life position, it was very convenient that Al became more conservative about the same time that he decided to run against me,” said Jennings.
In a previous campaign, Al Redmer was described in a Baltimore Sun editorial as being 100% pro-choice. Even Maryland Right to Life gave him an 80% pro-life voting record because Al Redmer had several votes against the pro-life position, in contrast to the 100% pro-life rating of J.B. Jennings. Moreover, Jennings noted, Al Redmer gave financial contributions to the election campaigns of noted pro-choice liberals, including Democrat incumbents Kathy Klausmeier and Pete Hammen, who are endorsed by the most powerful pro-abortion organization in Maryland.
Redmer has raised a lot of money for this campaign which will be used to mislead voters and distract them from his liberal record. “Voters should take a closer look at his record, and see the truth about how conservative Al Redmer definitely is not,” said J.B. Jennings. “In fact, I haven’t researched the matter yet, but I would love for Redmer to let voters know whether, as CEO of an insurance company, he allowed the company policy to provide abortion assistance under the guise of “health care insurance.”
For more information, please contact Delegate J.B. Jennings at (410) email@example.com.