Seven Reasons for Sanford: #2 Changing business as usual in Columbia

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Charleston, SC – March 12, 2013 – The Sanford for Congress campaign today continued its “Seven Reasons for Sanford” series, a reminder to voters in the First District that while others may talk about cutting debt and spending, Sanford has actually done it. Reason #2: Sanford accomplished real reform in Columbia, successfully changing business as usual…[Read More]

Eddie White: I’m with Mark

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A new testimonial video from our friend, Eddie White.

Seven Reasons for Sanford: #1: Rated Most Fiscally Conservative Governor in America

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Charleston, SC – March 11, 2013 – The Sanford for Congress campaign today kicked off its “Seven Reasons for Sanford” series, a daily reminder to voters in the First District that while others may talk about cutting debt and spending, Sanford has actually done it.   Today’s reason: In 2010, Sanford was rated the most…[Read More]

Lillian Spears: I’m with Mark

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Great testimonial video from Mark’s former teacher, Lillian Spears:

Mark Sanford raises $330K for House race

Mark Sanford raises $330K for House race By Cameron Joseph Original article: http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/house-races/286989-mark-sanford-raises-330k-for-house-race   Former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford (R) has raised more than $330,000 since he began his campaign for Congress, his campaign announced Friday morning.   Sanford has $365,000 on hand for the campaign’s key stretch, and has spent slightly more than…[Read More]

Factcheck.org: Mark Sanford Falsely Accused in TV Ad

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Factcheck.org: Mark Sanford Falsely Accused in TV Ad Original Article appears here: http://factcheck.org/2013/03/mark-sanford-falsely-accused-in-tv-ad/   John Kuhn, one of 16 Republicans seeking his party’s nomination in South Carolina’s special House election, falsely claims former Gov. Mark Sanford “supported a massive earmark spending bill.” Sanford in fact vetoed the bill, saying it was packed with “politically-driven, pork…[Read More]

Sanford announces additional Beaufort County Endorsements

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ADDED SUPPORT SHOWS GROWING MOMENTUM IN SOUTHERN PART OF DISTRICT   Charleston, SC – March 1, 2013 – Former Governor Mark Sanford today announced three more key endorsements from Beaufort County, showing his growing momentum in the lower part of the district.   Sanford has already announced the endorsement of state Senator Tom Davis, a…[Read More]

Mark’s second ad

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A Fallen Star Seeks to Shine Again

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CHARLESTON, S.C.— Mark Sanford is ready to try and salvage his political career and win back his old congressional seat.   He acknowledges he has baggage. He was the picture-perfect family-values governor, married to successful wife Jenny and father of four, who disappeared on the job in 2009, then was supposed to be working through…[Read More]

Mark on the Today Show

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Watch a clip of Mark’s appearance on the Today Show here.

Morning Joe talks about our first ad

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Our First Ad

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Sen. Tom Davis endorses Mark Sanford for Congress

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Beaufort leader praises Sanford’s elimination of nearly $1B in debt, deficits     Charleston, SC – February 12, 2013 – State Senator Tom Davis, a Beaufort Republican and one of the state’s leading fiscal conservatives, today endorsed former Gov. Mark Sanford’s candidacy for the 1st Congressional District – specifically noting Sanford’s record of eliminating debt…[Read More]

Sanford’s Record On Spending, Debt Second To None ELIMINATED NEARLY $1 BILLION IN DEBT, DEFICITS

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Charleston, SC – January 29, 2013 –Former Governor Mark Sanford today highlighted his record as a proven fiscal conservative, and as a leader who has stood up to the big spenders, regardless of party, throughout his career. He is currently seeking the Republican nomination to fill the seat vacated by Senator Tim Scott in South…[Read More]