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Loftis Launches Campaign for State Treasurer

March 31, 2010

For Immediate Release: Wednesday, March 31, 2010
Media Contact: Curtis Loftis, 803-936-9046

Loftis Launches Campaign for State Treasurer
Republican Businessman Pledges to Bring Accountability and Transparency to State Government

MYRTLE BEACH SC – Conservative Republican Curtis Loftis formally kicked off his reform minded campaign for State Treasurer today with stops in Myrtle Beach and Charleston.
“I’m not a politician, I’m a public servant,” stated Loftis.

“Tragically, politicians have become more interested in self service than public service. Now is the time to take our government back,” continued Loftis.

“I’m deeply disappointed in the current Treasurer’s judgment, his policies, and his reckless use of public funds on things like television ads featuring himself,” remarked Loftis.

“Those ads featuring Converse Chellis were paid for with public funds derived from public contracts and show political self service at its worst. The incumbent State Treasurer found the holy grail of politics, free statewide television ads,” Loftis stressed.

“I ask for a chance to do a better job as State Treasurer and to be a proper steward of your public funds,” concluded Loftis.

Full details regarding the incumbent State Treasurer’s use of public funds on television ads can be viewed at

Tomorrow, Loftis will continue his kick-off tour with stops in Greenville, Spartanburg, and Columbia

Thursday, April 1, 2010
8:00 a.m. – Greenville, SC – Tommy’s Ham House, located at 214 Rutherford St. in Greenville, SC
NOON – Spartanburg, SC – The Beacon Drive-IN, located at 255 John B. White Sr. Blvd. in Spartanburg, SC
3:30 p.m. – Columbia, SC – Home Pest Control, located at 2240 Frink St. in Cayce, SC

Loftis, a small business owner who has created jobs, balanced books, and met payroll, has spent the past decade giving back through the Christian charity he founded in 1999 as well as leading statewide efforts for transparency in government.

Paid for and Authorized by Curtis Loftis for Treasurer, Inc., Curtis Loftis, Treasurer


One Comment leave one →
  1. Bonnie permalink
    April 1, 2010 4:25 am

    Chellis should have never spent public money on those TV ads. That is such an ethical laspe that I can’t imagine what else he has done.

    One more incumbent that I am not voting for.

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