The attack puts Elliott's principled votes in the most unattractive light. Constitutionality and sheer demagoguery, for example, are considerations in some of the legislative garbage Wills supported and Elliott opposed. But that's so much harder to explain than invoking guns, prayer and abortion. How he managed to leave out queers, I don't know.
Elliott talked to Roby Brock about the dishonesty of many of the attacks in the mailer.
"I think this is beneath him [Wills]. The things that he said are patently not true," she added. "In the process of challenging someone's record, you need to do so accurately."
She defended her position on the Second Amendment saying that she's "on record with the Family Council supporting" gun owners' rights.
This should add spice to KUAR's planned in-studio debate between the candidates at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday.