Prosser Added to NRCC ‘Young Guns’ Program

For Immediate Release

Former Sanford Cabinet Member Highlighted As ‘On The Radar’ Candidate

(MYRTLE BEACH, SC) – The National Republican Congressional Committee named former Sanford Cabinet member Chad Prosser to ‘On the Radar’ status with the National Republican Congressional Committee’s Young Guns program in South Carolina’s new 7th Congressional District. Prosser rose to this level in less than one month of campaigning, an impressive feat showing the momentum his campaign has generated.

In only a few weeks since announcing his candidacy, Chad Prosser has established a district wide network of financial supporters, which will ensure that Chad has the resources necessary to communicate his message to voters across the district. “The NRCC’s Young Guns program is a great program that supports candidates to ensure that the best Republican candidate makes it through to the general election,” said Prosser. “I am honored to be included in this program, a step that further validates the momentum we have generated less than a month into this race.”

“As I travel the district it is clear that voters want a Congressman with a proven record of reform who will get Washington off the backs of small businesses,” said Prosser. “The Pee Dee needs a Congressman with a bold vision to get our economy back on track coupled with the necessary experience in both the private and public sectors to make it happen.”

“Whether it was reforming a state agency as I did as director of the SC Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism under Governor Sanford or running a business, I have the experience needed in Washington, where for far too long our country has been mismanaged by career politicians,” added Prosser. “Results will only come from Washington when we send representatives to Washington with the experience necessary to bring about real conservative reform.”

More information on Chad and his campaign for conservative reform in Washington can be found at www.chadprosser.com.

One Comment

  1. My question is, how did Prosser get on the NRCC “On the Radar” without having filed with the FEC?

    There’s a financial requirement, and no one would know if he’s met it without an FEC filing.

    Also, good to know that local media just reprints news releases from certain campaigns rather than reporting the facts. I.E. Tom Rice and Jay Jordan both achieved “On the Radar” status.

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