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SHERI FEW COMMITS TO COMMON SENSE REFORM SIGNING CONTRACT WITH SOUTH CAROLINA

May 23, 2008

SHERI FEW COMMITS TO COMMON SENSE REFORM SIGNING CONTRACT WITH SOUTH CAROLINA

Republican candidate for State House 79 Joins Republican Candidates from Around the State in Supporting Reform Agenda

Elgin, SC – Republican candidate for State House, Sheri Few, joined other candidates across the state by signing a Contract for Change yesterday in Columbia.

“I am proud to stand with likeminded conservative Republicans from around South Carolina to support real reform in the State House. I believe the signing of this contract is in line with the principles of our campaign to increase economic opportunity, reduce taxes, and fight illegal immigration,” stated Sheri Few. “On day one in the State House, I will work with these fellow Republicans to finally get South Carolina heading back in the right direction.”

The contract promises to bring “common-sense” change to the state while giving voters a concrete blueprint for what they can expect from these candidates. There are 4 main components of the contract covering taxing and spending reforms, structural reforms, judicial reforms, and legislative and ethics reforms. The contract is unique for two reasons. First, it lays out specific changes that need to occur in South Carolina including a spending cap, consolidation of health agencies, shortening of the legislative session, and requiring recorded votes on expenditures among many other specific proposals. Second, candidates from across the state have signed the contract meaning there will be built-in support for the agenda on the first day of the new session.

Republican Sheri Few is a candidate for State House District 79.

To find more information on Sheri Few, you may visit www.SheriFew.com.

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