Morrisey campaign spokeswoman Nachama Soleveichik said a constituent of Jenkins in the Third Congressional District received the mailer and posted it on Twitter. It is stamped as a public document and as “official business,” meaning it was sent from Jenkins’ office using the franking privilege, which allows members of Congress to send mail without postage.
“But the mail piece is nothing more than a propaganda tool to further Jenkins’ Senate campaign,” Soleveichik said. “The mail piece does not provide any important information or promote any government services.”
Soloveichik said Jenkins “should be ashamed of himself.”