Florida Dem Gov Candidate Gwen Graham Exempts Her Union Allies From Her Transparency Standards

Graham continues to prove that she only believes in transparency when it suits her political ambitions.

Per the RGA

Florida Democrat gubernatorial candidate Gwen Graham continues to prove that she only believes in transparency when it suits her political ambitions.

Graham talks a big game on transparency, claiming that she goes “above and beyond” while attacking others on the issue.

But, after the Florida House passed a bill Thursday requiring more transparency from her union allies, Graham quickly abandoned her call for “full transparency,” criticizing the measure as “despicable.”

This isn’t the first time Graham has failed to meet her own transparency tests. Before leaving Congress, she refused to release records that would have provided voters valuable insight into how she used her influence as a Washington politician to benefit her political ambitions.

Graham may think she can exploit the transparency issue for political gain, but Floridians don’t want a typical politician who says one thing, but does another.

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