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September 10, 2008

For Immediate Release

Contact: Press Office

Wednesday, September 10, 2008


TALLAHASSEE, FL — U.S. Senator John McCain’s presidential campaign today announced its South Carolina Students for McCain-Palin Leadership. The leadership team will direct grassroots operations in South Carolina, communicate John McCain’s message of peace, prosperity and reform, and encourage students to follow John McCain’s example of serving a cause greater than one’s self.

“As a student leader, it has been a great experience reaching out across The University of South Carolina on behalf of Senator McCain,” said Randan Swindler, South Carolina Students for McCain State Co-chair. “His principles and values are clearly represented among our student body, and I feel we are doing an outstanding job of spreading his message.”

John McCain thanked the student leadership in the Southeast Region, saying, “Young Americans understand that true happiness is much greater than the pursuit of pleasure, and can only be found by serving causes greater than self-interest. I am very proud of these students and of their support, and I appreciate the time and effort they have dedicated to my campaign.”


State Chair
Taylor Hall — Furman University

State Co-Chairs
Dustin Atkins — Furman University
Katie Moske — College of Charleston
Randan Swindler — University of South Carolina

School Chairs
Anderson University — Will Hegwood
Bob Jones University — Matt Baker
Charleston Southern University — Laura Camp
Clemson University — Rory Goosen
College of Charleston — Emily Robinson
Converse College — Jessica Looney
Furman University — Jonathon Anderson
Greenville Technical College — Daniellie Harris
Lander University — Amanda Rowland
Newberry College — Ryan Banks
North Greenville University — Melanie Brown (Co-Chair)
North Greenville University — Josh Herron (Co-Chair)
Presbyterian College — Jim Todd
Spart anburg Technical College — Jeff Mason
The Citadel — Brannon Darby
University of South Carolina — Randan Swindler
Winthrop University — Janet Ownley
Wofford College — Kayla Corn


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