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May 29, 2008


Republican County Council Candidate’s Message of Conservative Reform Resonates with GOPers

GREENVILLE, SC – Today, the Medcalf for County Council campaign proudly announced winning the Greenville County GOP Stump Meeting straw poll. This past Saturday hundreds of GOP voters and activist participated in a straw poll sponsored by the Greenville County Republican Party. When the results were totaled, True Republican Brad Medcalf won over incumbent Jim Burns. Responding to the increasing grassroots support for his campaign, Brad Medcalf released the following statement.

“I am overwhelmed and grateful for the Republican activist and supporters who allowed me to achieve this victory,” Medcalf stated. “After talking to hundreds of voters on their front porches or the phone, I believe our campaign of conservative reform to end tax hikes, ease traffic congestion, and curb illegal immigration is spreading. With our True Republican platform and our building momentum, I believe we have a path for victory on June 10th.”

Brad Medcalf is a Republican running for the County Council District 21 seat. Brad is a businessman in commercial banking with BB&T in Greenville. Brad serves as a Deacon and Youth Worker at Edwards Road Baptist Church. Brad is married to Carri Booth Medcalf, with whom he has a one year old son, Hudson.

Brad, a lifelong resident of Greenville, has made his no new tax pledge, easing traffic congestion, and curbing illegal immigration in Greenville County the cornerstones of his campaign.

Greenville County District 21 covers the eastern portions of Greenville County.

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