South Carolina Conservative Candidate Voter Guide

Republican Presidential Primary - February 20, 2016
Democratic Presidential Primary - February 27, 2016

Election Day: November 8, 2016

Primary - June 14, 2016
Primary Runoff - June 28, 2016

Conservative Candidates for Congress South Carolina 2016

District 1:
Mark Sanford (R)
Jenny Horne (R)
Dimitri Cherny (D)

District 2:
A.G. "Joe" Wilson (R)

District 3:
Jeff Duncan (R)

District 4:
Trey Gowdy (R)
Paton Blough (Independent)

District 5:
Mick Mulvaney (R)

District 6:
Jim Clyburn (D)
Ben Garves (D)

District 7:
Tom Rice (R)
Mal Hyman (D)

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South Carolina Christian Citizens stands for lower taxes and less government regulation, as well as traditional family values. Candidates are rated on their previous actions (not current campaign promises) in their support of traditional marriage, pro life, and of less government intrusion into our lives. Find out more about us and more about the candidates at our web site. Your friends need this information. Please Copy And Send To Your Friends. How will they know who the best conservative candidates are unless you are proactive in telling them?

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Christians are a powerful voting bloc in the U.S. but only if they go to the polls and vote for godly candidates.

The well-known skeptic and author Mark Twain once said of Christians:

South Carolina Conservative Candidates Voter Guide

South Carolina Pro Life or Pro Choice Candidates List

For a South Carolina pro life candidate list for election 2012, see above list. For those voting for list of pro choice office holders in SC, vote in the Democrat primary.
"It will be conceded that a Christian's first duty is to God. It then follows, as a matter of course, that it is his duty to carry his Christian code of morals to the polls and vote them. Whenever he shall do that, he will not find himself voting for an unclean man, a dishonest man. If Christians would vote their duty to God at the polls, they would carry every election, and do it with ease. Their prodigious power would be quickly realized and recognized, and afterward there would be no unclean candidates upon any ticket, and graft would cease. If the Christians of America could be persuaded to vote God and a clean ticket, it would bring about a moral revolution that would be incalculably beneficent. It would save the country."
(Colliers magazine, September 2, 1904)

No Government Health Care

Send the liberals and rino Republicans a message. We do not want any more socialized government run health programs.