Jill Bossi, the American Party’s candidate for U.S. Senate, will make history as the first female senator from our state, if she is elected.
Voters must find a way to break the gridlock in the Senate. We need to elect members of a moderate third party, and I would suggest the American Party. This group stands as the voice of reason — governing from the middle, increasing the economic global competitiveness, setting term limits and holding candidates and officeholders accountable for fiscal transparency.
Jill is running against Republican appointee Tim Scott and Democrat Joyce Dickerson. She has a vast array of business experience, including work in Washington. Polarization of the two dominant parties has to be stopped. We need sensible, smart representatives who demonstrate the ability to work hard to arrive at positive solutions for the greater good. Tim Scott had $6 million to spend on his campaign. How many donors is he now beholden to, and for what purposes?
Galen S. McWilliams