Duncan maliciously lies, saying Shafer is being sued for conspiracy.
The newspaper headline in the Duncan advertisement ("Candidate accused of conspiracy in CEO's ouster") refers to a lawsuit filed against another candidate, former gubernatorial candidate Clay Tippins.
Shafer is not named as a defendant or accused of wrongdoing in the Tippins lawsuit. In fact, David Shafer has never been named as defendant in any lawsuit.
Duncan lies by accusing David Shafer of not paying taxes.
Shafer's tax dispute was resolved in his favor and the tax lien issued against him was marked "issued in error and withdrawn."
Duncan lies, claiming Shafer used political power to end an ethics investigation.
David Shafer was completely exonerated by a two month, bipartisan ethics investigation.
Shafer cooperated fully. He sat for two interviews and produced 10 years of email and telephone records.
The independent counsel hired by the Ethics Committee to investigate the complaint determined that the allegations had been "fabricated" and were "politically motivated."
Duncan falsely accuses Shafer of getting rich as a State Senator.
David Shafer has worked his entire life. He opened his first bank account at age 8 with money saved from mowing lawns. He worked as a church janitor at age 13 and a restaurant busboy at age 16. He worked his way through college as a department store sales clerk. After college, he earned his real estate license and invested in real estate and he has invested in and started numerous businesses. Shafer is proud of his business success.