Florida governor candidate Chris King thinks Adam Putnam ripped off his campaign shirt design


  • Photo via AdamPutnam.com
Winter Park businessman and Florida gubernatorial longshot Chris King is claiming Republican candidate Adam Putnam stole his T-shirt idea.

King went to Twitter this week to point out that Putnam "had no new ideas" and had to borrow one of his, specifically his campaign shirt logo.

Look, King does have a point.

If you ignore the fact that these shirts have different slogans, colors, fonts, and design, it really is easy to see where this local Harvard graduate is coming from.
I don't know, Chris.

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