STATEMENT FROM HAYWORTH ON NATIONAL GRANTS CONFERENCES
Phoenix, AZ (JUNE 24)- "I should not have made the ad. It was a mistake. "I believed, as did former Congressman J.C.Watts, this to be a reputable firm, but I did not completely check out the organization. "As a former broadcaster, I would often make ads for clients, but I regret my association with this firm. In fact, I demanded that they immediately cease and desist all use of my name and image when it was brought to my attention that they were violating the conditions of our original agreement. "I hope voters will look past a video presentation made three years ago and instead look at the issues confronting us in 2010. "For 28 long years,John McCainhas been in Washington pursuing his own political glory at the expense ofArizona. He has violated the public trust by relying on misleading paid political ads, consorting with criminals, trying to impose amnesty, lying about his record and flip-flopping on every important issue. He has not been held accountable until now. And he does not like it, so he is willing to say or do anything for his own personal gain."