President Donald J. Trump could one day be known as one of the greatest presidents ever. He has the skills to accomplish the goals he promised Americans. But he needs like-minded people like Sheri Few in Congress to help him. He cannot do it alone.
Sheri Few, like President Trump, believes in limited government. President Trump and Sheri Few believe the federal government should be returned to its Constitutional boundaries. That move alone would solve many if not all of our problems, and save...
A South Carolina Republican running for Congress is calling for the removal of a memorial to African American slaves if a Confederate monument is lifted from statehouse grounds, the Guardian reported.
Sheri Few, who is running for South Carolina’s fifth congressional district, is pinning her campaign on the preservation of Confederate symbolism.
A new campaign advertisement features Few wielding a semi-automatic rifle, while criticizing “weak politicians” in front of an American flag...
GOP congressional candidate Sheri Few hopes her donors will help her "run even more ads that drive liberals crazy!!" after her recent ad was criticized by a Muslim American woman who helped organize the Women's March on Washington.
In a fundraising email, Few said "the left is afraid of me," citing a tweet from activist Linda Sarsour that said, "outh Carolina needs to stand up and make sure this woman doesn't win her election."
COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) - South Carolina District Five Congressional candidate Sheri Few released an attack advertisement against two of her opponents who voted for removing the Confederate flag from the State House grounds.
Clutching an AR-15, Few blasts Tommy Pope and Ralph Norman for voting for the flag's removal in the wake of the racially-motivated shooting at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston.
A South Carolina Republican running to replace Rep. Mick Mulvaney is blasting two GOP rivals for voting to remove the Confederate battle flag from the state capitol grounds.
The flag came down in 2015 at the urging of then GOP Gov. Nikki Haley and with support from legislative Republicans.
After what critics viewed as waffling on his campaign pledge to end the Obama-backed national Common Core standards and restore local control of education, President Donald Trump reiterated this week his desire to abolish the controversial K-12 schooling scheme and get the federal government out of education. Speaking at his CEO Business Town Hall, Trump praised his U.S. Education Secretary Betsy Devos and said the process of ending Common Core was underway. However, with Devos suggesting falsel...
The ad battles are heating up in the 5th District special election, including one spot that calls out GOP lawmakers for “folding” on the Confederate flag.
Republican Sheri Few of Lugoff launched her first radio ad in the congressional race this week, attacking “weak Republicans” who voted to remove the Confederate flag at the S.C. State House in 2015 in the wake of the Charleston church massacre.
Two of the seven Republicans competing for the 5th District U.S. House seat courted Lancaster County GOP members Thursday night at their monthly meeting.
Sheri Few said education would be her top priority if elected, and she lashed out at one of her GOP opponents as a Democrat. She said she is proudly politically incorrect, declaring that the Confederate flag should still be flying on the State House grounds.
FORT MILL TOWNSHIP - A right-leaning, balanced crowd of more than 150 people turned out Monday night to hear six Republican candidates for U.S. House Dist. 5. It was the second local forum this month for most of the candidates present.
The Dist. 5 seat, opened when Mick Mulvaney accepted the budget director’s job in the Trump administration, has 15 suitors from six political parties. Only Republicans participated in the Oak Initiative event as they had filed by the time invitations were sen...
WASHINGTON - One candidate publicized photos of himself greeting Donald Trump at Mar-a-Lago. Another is offering up a chance to win an Ivanka Trump purse in exchange for sharing an email address with the campaign. A third can't stop tweeting about making America great again.