When you read a paid candidate letter titled 'Sowers: A Fact-Based Campaign', do you expect it to be riddled with fact-based mistakes? It's hardly usual for a newspaper editor to have to include a line saying "Information in the letter below is inaccurate" (campaigns typically do their due diligence), but Tommy Sowers really knocked the ball out of the park with this one.
In an attempt to set the record straight on his New York and California fundraising connections, he denied attending fundraisers on both coasts. In the process, he attacked Jo Ann Emerson (who has raised far more money from within the district than he has) by inventing Emerson's appearance at a Washington D.C. fundraiser.
In the words of MOPNS, "You know what they say about people in glass houses throwing stones…"Considering that Tommy Sowers has no record and virtually no stances on policies, he's managed to contradict himself a surprising number of times. If he can't keep his facts straight now - what would he do if he got elected? Fortunately that will never become a reality.