NRCC TV Ad Highlighting Brad Ashford’s Support for Nebraska’s Good Time Law

October 17, 2014

Brad Ashford’s support for Nebraska’s Good Time Law is highlighted in the NRCC’s latest television ad in Nebraska’s 2nd Congressional District. The law, which has been widely criticized for letting criminals out early, allowed violent criminal Nikko Jenkins out of prison after only serving half of his sentence. He went on to murder four people in 11 days.

Watch the ad here.

NRCC Comment: “Brad Ashford’s disturbing support for Nebraska’s ‘Good Time Law’ let Nikko Jenkins out of prison early and resulted in the murders of four people. The fact that Brad Ashford still defends this law is disgusting and he has no business running for Congress in the first place.” – Tyler Q. Houlton, NRCC Spokesman


NEWS ANCHOR: Four murders in 11 days. The judge decides that Nikko Jenkins is responsible for all of them.

ANNCR: Nikko Jenkins was released from prison early, after only serving half his sentence.

The head of the Omaha Police Union said Jenkins is the poster child for why the Good Time Law is a farce.

Brad Ashford supported the Good Time Law, and still defends it.

Allowing criminals like Nikko Jenkins to be released early.

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