Concerned Women for America’s Legislative Action Committee endorsed Republican candidate Sheri Few for superintendent of education.
“As founder of the grassroots organization South Carolina Parents Involved in Education (SCPIE), she has sacrificed much to defend her state’s sovereignty against the overreach of the federal government,” Penny Nance, CEO of the committee, which promotes Biblical principals in public policy, said in a news release from Few’s campaign. “For years, she has boldly led the fight to block the implementation of the Common Core State Standards throughout South Carolina.”
“Sheri is committed to upholding state’s rights, supporting parental authority, and fostering the development of excellent education at the state and local level which CWALAC appreciates,” she said.
Few is one of eight Republican candidates in the June 10 primary.