Rep. Walt Minnick isn't backing off of his criticism of Republican opponent Raul Labrador's work in immigration law. In a guest opinion, the 1st District Democratic incumbent defends his
controversial TV ad criticizing Labrador, and adds a new wrinkle:
Minnick says Labrador sold his clients immigration documents that they
could have received through the government. "Raul’s business website sold immigration documents that could be
obtained for free from the U.S. government, taking advantage of those
who did not know better," Minnick writes in his guest opinion/Kevin Richert, Idaho Statesman. More here.
Question: Obviously, Minnick realizes that opponent Raul Labrador is vulnerable on the immigration issue, unless I'm misreading the situation. What do you think?