Ad hits Kyrsten Sinema for her comments on underage prostitution

Defend Arizona has released a new ad about Democrat Kyrsten Sinema that raises concerns that 11 years ago she was against imposing tougher penalties against individuals who solicit underage prostitutes because they may appear older than their ages. 

In a February 2007 state House hearing when she was an Arizona legislator, Sinema raised concerns about a bill that toughened penalties against individuals soliciting prostitutes, saying, "I don't think that's fair " because "children at my school who were 12, 13 years old and some of these children looked older than me."

Sinema added that she had "real concern" for individuals who solicited child prostitution and could face a class 2 felony for "unknowingly soliciting sex from a 12-year-old who appeared to be a 20-year-old."

Watch the Full ad below 

 
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