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Richard Cash: Graham Is Democrats “Favorite Republican”




Greenville, SC – U.S. Senate candidate Richard Cash, an upstate businessman, has been on the campaign trail for almost a year, warning people across the state of South Carolina that Senator Graham has not only been part of the problem in Washington DC, but is often a leader on the wrong side of South Carolina. Senator Graham cemented this narrative in a recent hot microphone incident. Senator Graham was unknowingly caught on tape whispering into Secretary of State John Kerry’s ear that he would help lead the effort to advance President Obama’s agenda by speaking to Speaker of the House, John Boehner, on behalf of the administration.

After watching the tape, Cash stated, “Lindsey Graham is at it again. He was caught whispering into John Kerry’s ear and offer to help him in a way that would undermine other Republicans and strengthen the Obama Administration. He has done plenty of that already, such as helping confirm Obama’s activist Supreme Court nominees Sotomayor and Kagan, pushing Obama’s immigration “reform” ideas, and calling for Obama to bypass Congress and start a war in Syria.”

Cash believes that Sen. Graham has a clear record of undermining Republican principles and is seen by the Democrats as their “go to man” who can be used to weaken Republican positions. According to Cash, “Lindsey Graham has got to be the Democrats favorite Republican. Whether the issue is cap and trade legislation or medical malpractice tort reform, Graham is the backroom dealmaker that they seek out. Conservatives across the state and even across the nation know that South Carolina has a “Lindsey problem”, and it is up to us to fix it this June.”

Richard Cash is running against Senator Graham in the June 10th Republican Primary because he believes that our great American heritage of Christianity, capitalism, and the Constitution must be preserved and passed on to the next generation. Cash has a degree in Economics and Business Administration from Furman University, and a master’s degree in theology. He has worked as a computer programmer analyst and started and built two businesses in the upstate over the past 15 years. He and his wife, Marcia, have been married 28 years and have been blessed with eight children, whom she has homeschooled.

On March 31st at the TD Center in Greenville, SC, Richard Cash will hold a “One Nation Under God” Rally” with Christian music singer, Steven Curtis Chapman. For more information go to

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