As according to Tucker at Miscellaney Blue, Eric Estevaz, in running for the second congressional district, has gotten a little too eager for the spot and has already taken on deceiving the public. Apparently he forgot that with most Republicans, deception is best left until after you’ve been elected, not before. If that’s not bad enough, Tucker points out that this isn’t the first time Estevez delved into using stretchers to boost his personal resume and qualifications.
We’d suggest that Estevez look into a career in finance brokerage, he might find his proper home there.
Campaign hijinks: Congressional candidate photoshopped endorsement photo
2nd District congressional candidate Eric Estevez announced the endorsements of fellow House Reps. Bob Elliott (R-Salem) and John Manning (R-Salem) by blasting social media with a picture of the trio standing together in front of the State House.
The photo appears to have been taken during an Estevez campaign rally. The three men are festooned with Estevez for Congress lapel stickers. Estevez campaign signs fill the background and adorn the lectern.
It didn’t happen. Not that way.