NRCC paid digital ad campaign blasts Dave Min this National Police Week

May 14, 2024

The National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) today blasted extreme Democrat Dave Min for his dangerous anti-police comments and voting to end cash bail in a new paid digital ad campaign this National Police Week.

The ad unmasks Dave Min, Democrats’ nominee in the highly-competitive open California 47th Congressional district, as a radical law-breaker who sides with criminals over cops. Watch the ad HERE.

“Dave Min’s dangerous comments that police ‘shoot first and ask questions later’ are an insult to every man and woman who wears the badge. Min even voted for zero cash bail and tried to pressure cops to cover up his own criminal arrest, proving he’s unfit for Congress.” – NRCC Spokesperson Ben Petersen


  • In newly uncovered footage, Dave Min brazenly asserts, “Police are trained to shoot first and ask questions later,” displaying a disturbing lack of respect for first responders who risk their lives to keep Orange County safe.
  • Dave Min voted for zero cash bail, a dangerous policy requiring catch-and-release of criminals that is known to increase crime.
  • Min’s arrest for drunk driving in a government vehicle, followed by his desperate attempt to pressure the arresting officer, saying “I’m running for a different office” and “there’s no way to not release this?” exposes his character.


We all know Dave Min is a criminal  
But did you know Min supports criminals, too?
Min voted to end cash bail
Because he thinks cops are the real criminals  
QUOTE: “Police are trained to shoot first and ask questions later”
QUOTE: “Police are trained to shoot first and ask questions later”
This National Law Enforcement Week,
Tell Dave Min to support our police officers