A vote for Lamm in the Republican Primary is a vote for Gunn in November
June 5, 2010
Contact: Sheri Few 803.420.1987 email@example.com
On Thursday, the Neighbors section of the State newspaper featured the SC House District 79 race. Candidate, Sheri Few, made these comments concerning her opponents responses to the State Q&A:
“Never in my life did I think I would hear or read remarks from a politician at a lost for words. We all know there is never “one size fits all” when it comes to ways to solve the voters concerns. I personally thought when one said “see 35” and when one sees 35 he reads, now go back to 17 were crossword puzzle gimmicks. It is hard for me to believe a politician can serve and adequately represent District 79, if (when asked a question), asks you to refer back to the answer for “5” or any other number. District 79 needs a person who is capable of verbally answering any question a reporter asks him. When a person cannot hold his own with the English language, he can do little to represent republicans against democrats in the General Assembly.”
Sheri Few knows it will take a candidate who is articulate and knows the issues to take out the very liberal Anton Gunn in November. A vote for Lamm in the Republican Primary is a vote for Gunn in November .