Penny Plan A Path Toward Balanced Budget📈

Hope your summer is going well…   Amidst all the election news, I wanted to make sure you’d caught news of a bill Senator Mike Enzi and I recently introduced to rein in spending in Washington. It is based on a few simple but powerful themes as the op-ed below describes.   Look forward to…[Read More]

Our Grades Are In

Hope the start of summer is treating you well…   As this time of year brings with it the final report card for many students, I just wanted to pass along our own report card. It details how a number of taxpayer focused organizations ranked me in my efforts to watch out for the taxpayer….[Read More]

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

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]

Mark Sanford raises $330K for House race

Mark Sanford raises $330K for House race By Cameron Joseph Original article:   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]

Third Spot Features Sanford Discussing Record on Fiscal Conservatism

Charleston, SC- March 7, 2013 – Former South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford today announced the release of his third television ad in the SC-1 special election, entitled “Difference.”   The spot will begin airing Thursday, and will join Sanford’s other ads in rotation on district-wide broadcast and cable.   In the new ad, Sanford speaks directly…[Read More]

Sanford announces additional Beaufort County Endorsements

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]

Former Beaufort County state Senator, state insurance commissioner endorses Sanford

RICHARDSON CITES SANFORD’S RECORD OF CUTTING DEBT, DEFICITS JOINS SEN. DAVIS TO HELP LEAD BEAUFORT COUNTY EFFORTS   Beaufort, SC – February 21, 2013 – Former Governor Mark Sanford today announced the endorsement of former Beaufort state Senator Scott Richardson in his race for the 1st district Republican nomination. Richardson represented the Senate district which is currently held…[Read More]

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Erickson: I endorse Mark Sanford for Congress

On June 23, 2009, I wrote a defense of Mark Sanford buying his story that he was on the Appalachian trail, when he was really chasing Argentinian tail.   The next day it blew up in my face. There was a scandal. He had committed adultery. He had run off to Argentina in an irresponsible…[Read More]

Mark Sanford Seeking House Seat Again to Get ‘Spending Mess Right’

Former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford tells Newsmax TV that he is running for the U.S. House of Representatives because “if we don’t get this spending mess right in Washington, there are going to be damning consequences.”   “There are going to be damning consequences in terms of the value of the dollar, damning consequences…[Read More]

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

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]