Voters in House District 53 have three candidates to choose from in November. While it may not seem as important as voting for President, it’s a vote which will have a major impact upon their friends, family, co-workers and their community.
Of these three candidates, Richie Yow is the kind of honored citizen who is ready to work hard for them in the State House. As a human resources professional who helped run a construction company and who spent six years on a regional Workforce Investment Board, I’ve found that Yow understands my concerns about running a business and creating jobs. He is a hands-on business owner who understands that one creates jobs by promoting real tax and spending reform, fighting job-killing regulations, standing up to trial lawyers, treating everyone with respect and putting common sense ahead of partisan politics-as-usual.
Yow grew up in Cheraw and it was those deep roots which brought him back after he served his nation in the U.S. Air Force. Having served in the Air Force, you can rest assured that words like “duty” and “honor” are deeply-rooted in his character. As he’s always done, he’ll honor his hometown roots through his service and he won’t embarrass his community by thinking what’s in Columbia is more important than getting results for his friends and neighbors back home. Richie Yow knows we need action, not words, and he has good ideas how to bring more jobs to rural areas like District 53 and help families keep more of their hard-earned dollars.
If you want to know more, I encourage you to get in touch with him and see where he stands on the issues that matter to you. It’s important that you let the facts, not political spin or attack ads, decide your vote. In a time when jobs are the number one issue, voters should vote for those who understand public service is a serious trust and responsibility. Richie Yow has proved his commitment to his country and his community and he’s ready to go to work for District 53 in Columbia.