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CHEROKEE COUNTY REPUBLICAN PARTY CHAIRMAN BOB RUGG ENTHUSIASTICLLY ENDORSES SCOT TURNER IN HD 21 SPECIAL ELECTION
Holly Springs, December 17, 2012 – Scot Turner announced another round of public endorsements from voters and activists in Cherokee County for the HD 21 Special Election on January 8 that includes Cherokee County Republican Party Chairman Bob Rugg. Cindy Castello, Jeff Whitmire, and former Cherokee County GOP Chairman Jeff Duncan have also publicly proclaimed their support for Turner’s campaign. “Scot's unflinching helpfulness and consistent effort mirror his selfless integrity. His good conservative values display his commitment to Cherokee County,” stated Rugg in his endorsement. “I urge all who appreciate Scot as I do to cast a vote for him in this Special Election.” Turner expressed his elation at the latest round of endorsements saying, “It is humbling to know that so many people have joined with us in campaigning for HD 21. Not only do I get to look forward to serving the people of Cherokee County in the House, I get to enjoy the process of working with community members in developing solutions for emerging issues.” The latest release of supporters adds them to a growing list of voters and activists in Cherokee County: Helmut and Barbara Baxter, Rick Davies, Danny and Regina Davis, John Marinko, COL. Lawrence Mrozinski [Ret.] USA, Diane Rugg, Allen Trent, and Representative-elect Michael Caldwell. ###
Scot has served as a precinct chair and a member of the Board of Directors for the Cherokee County Republican Party, as a Sergeantat-Arms for both the Sixth District and State GOP Conventions, established the social media efforts for the Canton Tea Party Patriots. He is currently the Chairman of the Cherokee County Young Republicans. In these positions, Scot has worked tirelessly to honor the conservative values instilled in him by his life experiences as well the traditional principles encouraged by Watermarke Community Church where he and his family are active congregants. Scot lives in Holly Springs with his wife of 14 years, Kelly , their two children and two cats and an ever lucky dog named Jack. For more information or to schedule an interview, please contact Tori Wester at by phone at 770.722.5573, by email at email@example.com, or visit http://www.turnerforhouse.com.