FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Phillip Cease
October 30, 2012
South Carolina Club for Growth PAC Endorsed Candidates
COLUMBIA, SC -Today, South Carolina Club for Growth PAC announced their endorsements for the 2012 General Election.
“In one week South Carolinians will go to the polls to choose who will represent them. Every election cycle both candidates and incumbents claim to be fiscally responsible and for less government. Sadly, soon as they arrive at the Statehouse many forget their campaign promises and side with the status quo. For this reason it is important voters realize that promises made on the campaign trail are not always kept at the Statehouse. The candidates endorsed below are for reducing spending, more accountable government and less regulations. We are confident that once elected they will keep their campaign promises,” said PAC Chairman Dave Ellison.
SC Club for Growth PAC Endorsed Candidates – 2012 General Election
Rex Rice – Senate District 2
Kerry Wood – Senate District 11
Joe Thompson – Senate District 15
Katrina Shealy – Senate District 23
Dee Dee Vaughters – Senate District 26
Greg Hembree – Senate District 28
Tony Barwick – Senate District 35
Ed Harris – House District 3
Samuel Rivers – House District 15
Gaye Holt – House District 34
Richie Yow – House District 53
John Steinberger – House District 114
SC Club for Growth’s mission includes:
* Promoting economic freedom
* Lowering the tax burden on South Carolina families
* Creating an efficient and accountable state government
* Reducing wasteful state spending
* Protecting South Carolina small businesses from onerous regulations
* Reforming our pension system and entitlement programs to avoid unfunded liabilities
About SC Club for Growth PAC:
South Carolina Club for Growth PAC is a network of fiscal conservatives dedicated to expanding the prosperity of working families through the Reagan doctrine of lower taxes, smaller government and strong free enterprise.
SC Club for Growth PAC’s efforts are funded through the contributions of hundreds of South Carolinians from around the state who are fed up with politicians saying one thing at home and doing another once in Columbia.