Rick and Karen Santorum in South CarolinaMt. Pleasant, SC – The Rick Santorum for President campaign is proud to announce that Rick Santorum has received the endorsement of 7 members of the Palmetto Family Council’s Board of Directors.

The Palmetto Family Council is South Carolina’s leading pro-traditional family organization.

Those board members endorsing Rick Santorum for President are:

  • Stu Rodman, Hilton Head
  • Carl Falk, Myrtle Beach
  • Huey Mills, Lancaster
  • JD Martin, Greenville
  • Hal Stevenson, Columbia
  • Randy Page, Columbia
  • Stovall Witte, Charleston

Rick Santorum said: “I am greatly humbled to receive the endorsement. This is a coveted endorsement by an esteemed group of South Carolina leaders for traditional family values. The Palmetto Family Council has served a tremendous purpose in advocating all that is great about America. These leaders epitomize that spirit and I am excited to work with them as the South Carolina primary approaches.

Santorum has also received the endorsement of ten Upstate conservative leaders:

  • South Carolina State Representative Deborah Long
  • South Carolina State Steve Moss
  • York County Council Chairman Dr. Britt Blackwell
  • York County Council Bruce Henderson
  • Rock Hill City Council Ward #3 Kevin Sutton
  • Union County Clerk of Court Freddie Gault
  • Fort Mill School Board Michael Johnson
  • Lancaster County Council Larry McCollugh
  • Lancaster County GOP Vice Chair Kevin Moughan
  • York County Executive Committeeman Mark Palmer

Rick Santorum said: “As the election draws closer, conservatives are recognizing that our campaign represents the clear, consistent conservative alternative to Mitt Romney. Conservatives are coalescing behind our campaign, and I am thrilled to receive the endorsement of this terrific group of Upstate conservative leaders. Through their help, we continue our momentum in the Palmetto State after our victory in the Iowa Caucus – and on to Florida.”

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