Television ad launched in race for County Supervisor

The independent-expenditure group Law Enforcement for a Safe San Joaquin has started airing attack ads against City Councilwoman Kathy Miller on television. The group opposes Miller in her run against city Vice Mayor Paul Canepa for the District 2 seat on the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors.

The TV ads includes a police officer in a wheelchair and the wife of a police officer with her eight children before using a video snippet of Miller taken from a meeting at The Record last year.  The group has already targeted Miller in this race. You can read more about the group, the video clip and previous attack ads in this article.

And here is the TV ad.

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