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Glenn McCall: Dear, Fellow Republican

February 12, 2009
RNC National Committeeman Glenn McCall

RNC National Committeeman Glenn McCall

Glenn McCall

Dear Fellow Republican,

As you know, South Carolina Republican Party Chairman Katon Dawson recently announced his decision not to run for re-election. It’s been an honor to serve with him. His tenure as State Party chief has been marked by unprecedented Republican growth and success in South Carolina. And we owe it to him to continue to grow our party.

That’s why I’m writing you on behalf of Karen Floyd. Karen is considering a run for Chairman of the South Carolina Republican Party. She’s uniquely qualified to build on Katon’s successes, continue to grow our Party and prepare us for the critical 2010 election cycle.

Like Katon, Karen understands what it means to run a business, manage a staff and meet a payroll. Karen shares our conservative values that we fight for everyday. Karen has unparalleled fund raising experience and a track record of success. She’s an effective communicator who’ll ensure our unapologetically conservative message resonates across South Carolina.

But even more than this, Karen is a leader. As a statewide Republican nominee, she’s already proven her ability to unite Republican activists from the Upstate to the Midlands to the Lowcountry to the Pee Dee and the Grand Strand around the principles that make our Party great. She won’t be beholden to any particular elected official or special interest.

She’ll represent the Republican team. And, most importantly, she’ll stand up for us – the thousands of grassroots activists – who’ve been in the trenches with Katon for the last seven years.
I urge you to contact Karen and encourage her to run. She’ll make a great Chairman of the South Carolina Republican Party.

Thank you for your time and God bless our party.

Glenn McCall
Your RNC Member

One Comment
  1. Frances permalink
    February 13, 2009 4:01 pm

    I am so disappointed that our National Committeeman would enter into this fray. Especially for an un-announced candidate. He should remain neutral as he has in House and Senate races.

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