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Boiling Springs Tea Party Endorses for Tuesday Run-off

June 16, 2010

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Maria Brady



Boiling Springs Tea Party Endorses for Tuesday


For Immediate Release

Spartanburg, South CarolinaThe Boiling Springs Tea Party, in the belief that both state and federal government must be reformed, has endorsed a reform slate of candidates for the run-off election.

State-wide offices

Governor: Nikki Haley

Lt. Governor: Bill Connor

Treasurer: Curtis Loftis

Comptroller General: Richard Eckstrom

Attorney General: Alan Wilson

Note: Loftis and Eckstrom are included here because with Connor, Haley, and Wilson, they form a quintet of reformers who are already making plans to bring real reform to South Carolina. Loftis and Eckstrom will not appear on Tuesday’s ballots.

State Legislature

State House District 38: Joey Millwood


4th Congressional District: Trey Gowdy

The BoilingSprings Tea Party held its first tea party on April 15, 2009, in Boiling Springs, SC. The largest tea party in South Carolina, it is composed of activists and watchdogs determined to take their country back! For more information see

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  1. June 16, 2010 6:17 pm

    How about ” None Of The Above” ? That’s real Reform instead of voting for the least of the worst in the Republican Party!

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