I have been humbled by the support I’ve received for my write-in campaign for the special election for the First District of S.C. Congressional seat. At this point you’ve probably asked yourself, “Is this real?” The answer, YES!
Below is a glimpse into what’s to come.
Campaigns are too long. Did we really need the last presidential election cycle to last years? No. I believe active campaigning should last 30 days and that’s what I intend to do. In the coming days I will outline who I am and where I stand on the most important issues that face the lowcountry. I will post this information to this website and you will be able to review and share it with others. I will however be working in the background in the weeks to come to coordinate with supporters so when the active campaigning begins, we are strategic, organized and ready to push on to victory.
Campaigns are too negative. This technique of gaining votes by tearing down others is out of hand. My campaign will stick to the issues. I plan to never mention anyone else who is running for this seat. If asked by the media my answer will be, “I don’t know who you’re talking about. My concern lies with the people of the lowcountry.” I figure they would never invite a write-in candidate to a debate, so why would I ever recognize anything about them. By doing so, I can stick with the issues at hand and run a 100% positive campaign.
Campaigns cost too much. An estimated $2 billion was spent on the most recent presidential election. I will NOT be accepting donations. No money coming in from special interests means I’ll answer to no one except the good people of the lowcountry.
Want to get involved? If this sounds like something you’d like to be involved in anyway, please get in touch at email@example.com
Thank you for your support.
Stay tuned…Ryan Wilcox