Republican Arizona Congressman Paul Gosar might be a near lock for re-election, but not if his six siblings have anything to say about it.
Gosar’s siblings — Grace, David, Jennifer, Tim, Joan and Gaston — recorded a campaign advertisement “wholeheartedly” supporting the Fourth District Republican’s Democratic opponent, Dr. David Brill.
Gosar, a strong supporter of President Donald Trump, recently made news when it was revealed he “attended an hours-long dinner in London in July with an extremist Belgian politician who has a history of inflammatory and racist comments,” according to CNN.
“(Gosar) ’s not listening to you. He doesn’t have your interests at heart,” his brother Tim Gosar said in Brill’s ad.
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In another video, Grace Gosar said “It would be difficult to see my brother as anything but a racist,” according to the Phoenix New Times.
His siblings may not want him to be re-elected, but his constituency likely does.
The website FiveThirtyEight lists Gosar’s district as strongly leaning Republican, and gives the Congressman a greater than 99.9 percent chance of being re-elected.