SOURCE: Sean Reyes for Utah Attorney General

Sean Reyes for Utah Attorney General

June 14, 2012 16:41 ET

Utah Attorney General Candidate Sean Reyes Dismisses Radio Attack as Shameful

SALT LAKE CITY, UT--(Marketwire - Jun 14, 2012) - Utah Attorney General Candidate Sean Reyes today responded to a local radio ad purchased by an outside Freedom Works-like PAC that uses edited sound bites to "attack" Reyes' staff for an early administrative mistake that was dismissed by the Utah Lieutenant Governor without further action several months ago.

According to Reyes: "It's a pity John's team feels they need to use these types of tactics to mislead voters. To clarify, the matter mentioned in the radio advertisement was an administrative itemization mistake and a non-story. In fact, the complaint was dismissed by the Lt. Governor's office as frivolous. Unfortunately, and to take attention from more serious matters at hand, this issue has been taken out of context to gain political momentum where there is clearly no substance.

"Utahns are smarter than this. We know voters will reject this type of suspicious, Super PAC campaigning," said Reyes.

EDITORS NOTE: Utah Attorney General Candidate Sean Reyes will be speaking with constituents at a town hall meeting at 8 p.m. tonight in Spanish Fork at the Spanish Fork High School.

Sean D. Reyes currently serves as General Counsel for eTAGZ and was formerly a partner at Utah's largest firm, where he spent 14 years handling large, complex litigation, trials and appeals. He was named the first-ever "National Outstanding Young Lawyer" in 2007 by the American Bar Association and has earned numerous state and national awards in law and business. For over a decade, Reyes has served as a small claims judge and has been appointed to both prestigious state and federal commissions. Reyes has dedicated countless hours to establishing, leading and serving on non-profit and charitable boards benefiting causes such as education, law enforcement, constitutional issues as well as fighting pornography and investment fraud. He has also served on boards and in leadership roles for legal, business, civic, religious and political organizations. He has lent his expertise to media outlets locally and internationally such as Fox News and the Economist. Reyes is a father of six and son of immigrant parents with Asian, Hawaiian, and Spanish heritage. To find out more, go to:

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