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Another day, another kooky candidate is jumping into the race for S.C. Superintendent of Education …

This time it’s Sheri Few, a devout social conservative who has made big bucks off of taxpayer-funded abstinence education.

Few represents herself as a “Tea Party” type – and was a consultant on the presidential campaign of U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann – but right-leaning websites in the Palmetto State are not friendly to her.  In fact one such site – Brushfires for Liberty – published this entry which exposed some of Few’s recent tax problems.

The website also referred to Few as “a money grubbing grifter scrambling for every crumb she can get at other people’s expense.”

Ouch …

Last month, current S.C. Superintendent Mick Zais announced that he would not seek reelection to this post – which wields very little in the way of actual authority over the state’s worst-in-the-nation government-run school system.

Nonetheless, Few is the third candidate to announce her intention to run for the seat, joining Anderson, S.C. educrat Gary Burgess and S.C. Rep. Andy Patrick (RINO-Beaufort).

We’re told other candidates are likely to follow …