Few launches radio ad for superintendent of education

Posted by CASSIE COPE on June 3, 2014 

Sheri Few, a Republican candidate for state superintendent of education, answers a question during a televised debate on South Carolina ETV, Tuesday, May 27,2014, in Columbia, SC.

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— Sheri Few, a Republican candidate for superintendent of education, launched a 60-second radio ad Tuesday.

The ad is airing on more than 30 stations across the state, according to a news release from Few’s campaign.

In the ad, Few touts her opposition to Common Core and support of school vouchers and tax credits.

An announcer promotes Few “because a conservative state like South Carolina should have conservatives running our public schools.”

“As superintendent, I’ll oversee a school textbook review and weed out those with anti-American or anti-Christina bias,” Few said in the ad. “Schools should be for learning. Not indoctrination.”

Few is one of eight Republican candidates in the June 10 primary.

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