On Friday, Ivory Madison released a political ad targeting San Francisco Supervisor Christina Olague's re-election bid. Olague cast one of the votes that kept Mirkarimi in office.
In the ad Madison said, "Voters need to know what Olague did. I live in District 5, next door to a convicted batterer who is also our sheriff because Christina Olague believes it's OK to abuse your wife and still run a major law enforcement agency. I'm voting for anyone on the ballot, but Christina Olague."
The Olague campaign issued a statement saying, "Politicizing this issue in this way is silencing survivors in a way that is dangerous and insensitive."
Mirkarimi told ABC7News, Ivory's ad in his words "reflects the politics of retribution."