The union behind the ad campaign that asked voters to “Stop Donald Trump and Republican William Petit’s attack on women and families,” is removing the ad from the Internet after outcry from both Petit and his opponent. But the group is not apologizing.
Paul Filson, executive director of the SEIU state council, who is the treasurer of Labor United for Connecticut, said he not apologizing for the “politics of the ad,” even though the PAC agreed to remove it following a press conference Petit held outside his Plainville home.
“Republicans running for the state House support Donald Trump’s platform,” Filson said. “They they have opposed policies like increases in the minimum wage and paid family leave, which help women, children and families.”
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