In it, but not of it. TPM DC
"Of all the terrible things Mitch McConnell has done during this 30 year career in Washington, this last-ditch campaign he authorized to intimidate Kentuckians and prevent them from exercising their right to vote is unquestionably his most despicable," Grimes campaign manager Jonathan Hurst said.
The mailers have the words "ELECTION VIOLATION NOTICE" sprawled at the top and attack Grimes for spreading "fraudulent" information.
The McConnell campaign and the Kentucky Republican Party have not returned queries from TPM regarding the mailers.
Update: On Friday night, the McConnell campaign dismissed the Grimes court motion as a "publicity stunt." The campaign tried to turn the issue back on her by pointing to a flyer circulated by the Kentucky Democratic Party which suggests the Republican senator is "leading the effort" to take away African-Americans' right to vote.
"The only legal question that should be pending in court is the Grimes campaign's reckless attempt to sow racial division among Kentuckians with false information," McConnell campaign spokeswoman Allison Moore said. "Their overt targeting of minority voters with false and inflammatory claims in connection with an election must be stopped, and we are exploring all legal options available to do so."