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June 1, 2008


Republican candidate for State House 79 Receives Endorsement of

Traditional Family Values Advocacy Organization

Elgin, SC – Today, the Few for State House campaign announced receiving the endorsement of the Palmetto Family PAC. The Palmetto Family PAC is an organization of conservatives across South Carolina promoting traditional family values in our state. Palmetto Family PAC Inc. shares board members with Palmetto Family Council, the South Carolina affiliate of Dr. James Dobson’s Focus on the Family.  In response to this endorsement, Sheri Few released the following statement:

“I am proud to receive the endorsement of the Palmetto Family PAC in the race for State House District 79,” Sheri stated. “I know we share the same traditional values to keep the family unit strong, marriage the way God intended, and all forms of life protected. I will be a resilient advocate for these values in the State House.”

Sheri resides in Lugoff with her husband Marty Few, and is the proud mother of three boys. Professionally, Sheri is a small business owner as well as the President of a nonprofit organization she co-founded. As State House Representative of District 79,  Sheri promises to bring much needed reform to South Carolina by enacting tax relief to aid small business, promoting improved public education through mandating more funding gets to the classroom, and ensuring government is smaller and more efficient through restructuring.

State House District 79 includes Lugoff, Elgin, Pontiac and part of northeast Columbia.


2 Comments leave one →
  1. Freddie GuY permalink
    June 1, 2008 10:32 pm

    Sherry Few may get the support of the SCRG and the Palmetto Family PAC, but she does not represent the voters of Richland and Kershaw County. We are proud of our public school system and are aware that, if elected, Few will tear the School Districts down with her pro-voucher out-of-state views! She has lost three elections, to date and will not win this one either.


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