Curtis isn’t a fan of the state’s “trigger law” that will effectively ban abortion if Roe v. Wade gets overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court.
However, Curtis won’t publicly state his stance since he’s running as a Republican.
“He has not come out and stated it – that’s the problem when it comes to the Republican primary,” Stephens said.
“He won’t win.”
Stephens added that Curtis ran as a Republican because he believed it would be ineffective to run as a Democrat.
“They just won’t vote for you.”
On Wednesday, Daniel Stephens submitted his resignation as Rep. Curtis’s field director.
“I would like to give you my resignation,” Stephens said in a phone call on Wednesday.
BREAKING: @RepJohnCurtis Field Director Submits RESIGNATION to Campaign Manager Following Veritas Investigation
“I would like to give you my resignation”
“Unfortunate that I said that”
“That does associate Congressman Curtis with a negative image” pic.twitter.com/2l64O2E8pY
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) June 22, 2022
“That’s unfortunate that I said that,” Stephens said.
“That does associate Congressman Curtis with a negative image.”
“I would like to give you my resignation,” Stephens said in a phone call to Rep. Curtis’s campaign manager.