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Posted: Thursday, June 19, 2014 5:07 pm | Updated: 6:22 pm, Thu Jun 19, 2014.

In its relentless quest to define Gary King early and raise doubts about his commitment to women's rights, the re-election campaign of Gov. Susana has released yet another ad hammering away at gender discrimination suits against the Attorney General's Office during King's tenure.

It's the second ad in about a week in which the Martinez camp has clobbered King for gender discrimination suits filed against him by female employees. (Check the first one HERE.)

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