I was disappointed, but not surprised, to see that the latest Conservative newsletter contains misleading personal attacks on me.
Allow me to put the record straight.
The leaflet claims that I live in mid Wales. I do not. I live less than ten miles from Gower and will move if I win. I spent many years living in Swansea and I know and love the area.
The Tories claim that I am a career politician. The irony will not be lost on Evening Post readers, as this attack comes from a Conservative candidate who recently received an MBE in recognition of his life's work - namely, political services to the Conservative Party.
Yes, I have been a regional Assembly Member since 2011. During that time I have gained a reputation as being a hard-working, effective AM. I have served as a Deputy Minister for a year and a half, and at 39 I am the youngest member of the Welsh Government. I can offer experience and enthusiasm.
Before being elected, I worked for a disability charity, campaigning tirelessly to improve the services and support available for disabled people and their families. I have made a career of working to be a voice for people who struggle to be heard, a voice for a Wales of enterprise and opportunity where everyone can reach their potential.
I intend to fight a clean and honest campaign with integrity - but I will not let unfounded personal attacks go unchallenged.
Prospective Welsh Labour candidate for Gower