Mace: Where Is Your Senator?
Lindsey Graham is a politician on the run. He is on the run from his progressive voting record and on the run from his constituents here in the palmetto state.
During the August recess most Senators traveled throughout their respective states and discussed the coming policy debates. However, Lindsey Graham held no open public forums and was more interested in being on Sunday morning talk shows, gaining favor of special interests and cronies on Capital Hill by refusing to be part of the Defund Obamacare movement. South Carolina deserves better.
Graham’s record speaks louder than his tired talking points.
• Voted to bail out big banks
• Voted repeatedly to confirm liberal justices to the Supreme Court
• Voted to continue debate on Obama’s anti-gun agenda
• Voted to increase taxes by $600 billion
• Proposed Amnesty without border security
• Proponent of the NSA Spying program
I strongly disagree with Senator Graham on all these issues, and as your next senator I will be a reliable conservative vote every year, not just in an election year!
I am running for the U.S. Senate to replace Lindsey Graham and put other career politicians on notice that we are ready to reclaim our government from the establishment in DC who believe they know better than we do. I am not going to Washington to join the gang. I am going to Washington to stand up for the people of South Carolina even when it means standing against special interests and other big government republicans.
However, I am only one person. I need the help of conservative champions across the country to help my campaign and fund our effort to restore constitutional principles in the halls of our government. Please Donate Today!
Over the course of the next ten months, we have the opportunity to change Washington. But I cannot do this alone. We will need your support and prayers.
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