Jun 8 2012
Jun 8 2012
June 7, 2012, Contact: Julie Scott, 803-255-2628, For Immediate Release
SOUTH CAROLINA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ENDORSES KEVIN BRYANT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA SENATE DISTRICT 3
Columbia, S.C. – As the unified voice of business, the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce believes that supporting pro-business candidates who understand and support economic development priorities is of the utmost importance. A candidate with a commitment to advancing a legislative agenda that promotes competitiveness in South Carolina is critical to economic development. Therefore, the South Carolina Chamber endorses Kevin Bryant for South Carolina Senate District 3.
“All South Carolinians should support candidates who demonstrate a commitment to values that ultimately strengthen our economy and lead to more jobs with higher salaries,” said Otis Rawl, president and CEO of the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce. “We must elect leaders who share our pro-business values. Senator Kevin Bryant understands that a competitive business climate leads to job creation.”
The business community thanks Senator Kevin Bryant for his commitment to representing the people of South Carolina who each need good jobs and a competitive state economy.
The South Carolina Chamber of Commerce, the nation’s first state chamber Accredited with Distinction by the U.S. Chamber, is South Carolina’s largest statewide broad-based business and industry trade association representing more than 18,000 businesses and more than one million employees, with 90 percent of membership comprised of small businesses. As the unified voice for business and industry, the Chamber is a catalyst for increasing wealth and enhancing the state’s global competitiveness in order to improve the quality of life for all South Carolinians.
Jun 8 2012
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, Contact: Phillip Cease, 803-454-1134, June 7, 2010
South Carolina Club for Growth PAC Endorses Six More Candidates
COLUMBIA, SC -Today, South Carolina Club for Growth PAC announced their next endorsements for the 2012 primary season.
“Next week South Carolinians will go to the polls to choose the candidates for November. For too long candidates and incumbents have claimed to be fiscal conservatives while on the campaign trail but then take on a tax and spend mentality when in Columbia. It is important that voters realize that what is promised on the campaign trail does not always happen in Columbia The incumbents endorsed below run on a platform of fiscal conservatism and good government then keep those promises in office,” said PAC Chairman Dave Ellison.
SC Club for Growth PAC Endorsed Incumbents – 2012 Primary Election
Senator Kevin Bryant – Senate District 3
Representative Bill Chumley – House District 35
Representative Tom Corbin – Senate District 5
One of the goals of the SC Club for Growth PAC is to target lawmakers that claim to be conservative and replace them with true fiscal conservatives. The candidates below have campaigned against higher spending and more regulation and we believe will remember these promises after they take the oath of office.
SC Club for Growth PAC Endorsed Candidates – 2012 Primary Election
Dee Dee Vaughters – Senate District 26
Donna Wood – House District 37
Jordan Bryngelson – House District 97
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.