'Please for the love of God do not vote for my dad': Republican's daughter voices opposition
It is not the usual assembly cry that can be expected of a political candidate's child when his father runs for office, but a Republican candidate's daughter has asked Michigan residents "please, out of love for God," not for theirs Father to vote.
"Tell everyone," Stephanie Regan wrote in a viral tweet that has been popular on Twitter more than 180,000 times.
In a follow-up tweet, she asked voters to investigate the background of her father Robert Regan himself and wrote: “I don't feel safe if I share more information about his beliefs, but please check and read for themselves."
Regan is running for Michigan primary school this August for a seat in the state house.
If you are in Michigan and more than 18 pls for God's love, do not choose my father for state officials. tell everyone
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Stephanie Regan's words seem to have been a blow to her father, who has campaigned for his family on his campaign website and uses several photos of himself and his children to support his campaign.
Robert Regan has spoken on local television since his daughter posted the tweet and blamed her liberal college education for her views.
"When you go to college, you honestly get involved with these Marxist, socialist universities and start indoctrinating with things that are totally opposite to where you raised them," Regan told local television.
Regan, who describes himself as "so conservative [making Rush Limbaugh look like a liberal" on his own website,] says he and his daughter disagree about systemic racism, white privileges, and Black Lives Matter.
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"She firmly believes in it," he said to the hill. "The only place I really see systemic racism is in the abortion clinic because it seems to target the African American community."
His tone seems to have changed since Thursday when he posted a long statement on Facebook that seemed to appreciate his daughter's political commitment.
"I am glad that she feels safe in our relationship to express her opposing thoughts so publicly," while encouraging her and others to express their own opinions, he said.
This article was modified on June 26, 2020 to correct a misspelled name in a caption.
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