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Mandy is a lifelong resident of House District 44, a land
Republican candidate Mick Mulvaney, the ...
Republican candidate Mick Mulvaney, the first-term incumbent state District 45 House representative, and Democratic candidate Mandy Powers Norrell will square off in the Nov. 4 race.
October 7th, ...
October 7th, 2008
Today the Norrell for Senate campaign announced the formation of "Republicans for Mandy," a group of residents of Lancaster and York Counties who feel Mandy Powers Norrell is the best candidate to send to Columbia to serve in the State Senate. September 17, 2008 Mandy Powers Norrell, candidate for S.C. Senate District 16, today announced her support for Representative Nikki Haley's efforts to pass a bill which would require any state expenditure vote in the General Assembly to be recorded by a roll call. Tue, Oct. 14, 2008 The State Three S.C. women have three weeks to press their cases to voters for seats in the state Senate, the outcome determining whether the chamber returns to its single-gender roots.
Those serving as co-chairs of this growing group come from all areas of District 16 and represent a broad array of experience in government, education and business.
Mandy had this to say:
"I will work to stop the tax and spend mentality in Columbia so that government lives on a budget just like families.
Co-Chairs of Republicans for Mandy had this to say:
Don McCorkle: "I am a lifelong Republican, but I will always choose principle over party and it is clear that the race for State Senate is one in which principle is far more important.
Ernest Deese: "I support Mandy Powers Norrell because I know her to be someone with a strong Christian faith and someone who will look out for retirees and those on fixed incomes.
Stanley Smith: "I support Mandy Powers Norrell and I am sure we will be proud to call
Norrell blasted the pledge in an earlier interview, saying Mulvaney is trying to distance himself from a potential liability.
Norrell, a lawyer, said
And Lindman said the Democratic Party is seeing an influx of "middle-of-the road conservatives" who are unhappy with the hard right turn the Republican Party seems to be taking.
"Conservatives talk about upholding traditional values," Lindman said.
Haley (R-Lexington) introduced the bill last session and it quickly gained bipartisan support, eventually reaching twelve co-sponsors.
Norrell released these statements on the matter:
"I believe in an open and accountable government that allows the voters to see how Columbia spends our tax dollars.
By RODDIE BURRIS
Lancaster attorney Mandy Powers Norrell, Sumter school board member Karen Michalik and former Lexington County Rep.
THE BEST SHOT
Norrell, a Democrat and newcomer to elective politics, seeks to fill the open Senate seat vacated by the retirement this year of four-term Republican Greg Gregory.
September 17, 2008
Mandy Powers Norrell, candidate for S.C. Senate District 16, today announced her support for Representative Nikki Haley's efforts to pass a bill which would require any state expenditure vote in the General Assembly to be recorded by a roll call.
Tue, Oct. 14, 2008
Three S.C. women have three weeks to press their cases to voters for seats in the state Senate, the outcome determining whether the chamber returns to its single-gender roots.
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