“Generally known as a ‘nice guy’ in politics, (Skorman) seems to have made the determination – which every politician faces – of either trying to win at all costs or saving your reputation. After lying about his opponent, Steve Bach, last week Skorman has attacked me and the ads that I put up from Americans for Prosperity. He hasn’t attacked the truthfulness of the ads. He’s chosen instead to fling untrue allegations,” Crank wrote on Facebook.
In an email, Crank said he extended an invitation to Skorman or a campaign spokesman to go on his show to talk about the truthfulness of the ads or his “incorrect allegations” in a press release about the ads.
“He has not responded to either email request,” he said.
Crank’s show airs every Saturday at 8 a.m. on KVOR 740 AM.