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Former SC1 Congressman Brown Endorses Bostic

Congressman Henry Brown represented the first congressional district for 10 years.

Curtis Bostic received a major endorsement from one of South Carolina's 1st Congressional District's biggest supporters Saturday.

Former Congressman Henry Brown, who represented the district for 10 years until his retirement, endorsed Bostic for Congress.

“I’ve known Curtis and his family for many years, and know him to be a man of integrity and principle. He is the best choice for District 1,” said Congressman Brown.

Congressman Brown is one of those who have recently given Bostic support during the final week of campaigning. Ann Coulter, Dr. James Dobson and Rick Santorum also have endorsed the candidate.

“It is becoming obvious to everyone that the momentum in this race is with Curtis Bostic," said David O'Connell, Bostic's campaign manager, in a press release. "Whether it is with Curtis Bostic’s strong debate performances, large grassroots activities or the broad coalition of conservative leaders who are rallying behind our effort, it is clear Curtis Bostic is the best candidate best able to keep this seat red."

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van crause March 31, 2013 at 01:53 AM
So................who cares what Brown says, a looser endorsing another looser.
Cookies Mom March 31, 2013 at 01:57 AM
You are the loser-you cannot even spell your own name!
rex kenney March 31, 2013 at 03:17 AM
RIP Congress Brown.
Richard Hayes April 01, 2013 at 12:47 PM
It is okay - you have a great candidate to elect on May 7th - Business Leader and not career politician Elizabeth Colbert Busch!

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