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Published On: Mon, Aug 26th, 2013

Lindsey Graham: ‘Too much DC for SC’ says CCU Chairman Bruce Carroll

The movement against South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham continues to grow as more candidates throw their hat in the ring to defeat Lindsey Graham.

Lindsey Graham Missing Milk Carton Image/CCU

Lindsey Graham Missing Milk Carton
Image/CCU

Their is also a grassroots campaign, DefeatLindseyGraham, which has been established to help remove the “not-so-conservative” Graham with a true small government conservative.

Carolina Conservative Union Chairman, Bruce Carroll, joined us this past Saturday on Dispatch Radio (Listen below) to talk about the Senator and the problems with his voting record and views on major issues of the day.

In addition, Carroll gave his perspective on the Graham challengers and the “word on the ground” in South Carolina saying that people are really “ticked off at him” and that he is in real trouble.

Carroll also spoke about how Lindsey Graham is basically missing in action in the state and not holding any town halls during the August recess.

Bruce also talked more about how the voter can find out more about the grassroots campaign.

 

 

 

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  1. Lindsey Graham vulnerability apparent as Clemson poll show him with 36% unfavorable rating - The Global Dispatch says:

    […] conservative grassroots are also out in force to ensure Graham is knocked out of office, saying Graham […]

  2. viborg says:

    That’s really sad, but doesn’t really address his specific policy platform. The pitiful truth is that most likely anyone who can survive the primary process in this state will be worse than Graham from my perspective.

    If you don’t believe in things like public education or environmental protection it could all turn out very well for you though.

  3. oso says:

    I was at a town hall type meeting where Graham was speaking once and someone asked a question several times (I forget what), with Graham always ignoring him.

    Finally, Graham replied, “I am not going to discuss that with you.”

    Graham has forgotten that he works for us. He is not a King or Emperor, he is a representative of the people and of the state of South Carolina. It is time for him to come home.

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