Curtis Loftis Email Update
As always, I hope this e-mail finds you well and enjoying life…I sure have been. It was a great week visiting with some wonderful folks around the state.
On Monday, I attended a morning town hall at Hanahan’s beautiful new outdoor amphitheater, headed over to Mount Pleasant for lunch with the East Cooper Republican Club, and finished the day at a wonderful reception with supporters and friends. I also snuck in some time with Charleston’s own RadioFree Rocky D. Click here to listen!
On Wednesday, I attended the Aiken Chamber of Commerce State of Our Community Luncheon. It was a great event, and I was pleased to have a chance to speak with business leaders from around the area. After lunch, I met up with the new County Treasurer and spent the afternoon visiting local banks.
Finally, I topped off another great day by attending an execellent reception hosted by the Aiken County Republican Party. It’s important that I get out and talk to you, the taxpayers, directly about our efforts to protect your money in Columbia – successes we’ve had and challenges that lie ahead. Just as important, I need to answer your questions and hear your concerns. You are who I serve, and it’s your money that I have a constitutional duty to protect. The campaign is cranking up more every week as we head into the fall, so that means me getting out of the office and hitting the road.
If there is an event in your area you would like me to attend, please send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org and someone from the campaign will be in touch as soon as possible.
Last, but not least, I want to personally invite you to walk with our campaign in the annual Chapin Labor Day Parade Monday, September 2. It’s always a great time, and I would love for you to join us. We will meet in the GIS parking lot on Route 76 in Chapin at 8:45 a.m. Please email email@example.com if you would like to attend and be sure to include your t-shirt size.
Take care, be well, and enjoy your weekend.
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