Lindsey Graham, when compared to other elected officials in South Carolina like Jeff Duncan, Tim Scott, Trey Gowdy and Jim Demint, is a liberal, plain and simple.
When compared to the establishment wing of the Republican party in SC, he's moderate.
In order to call Lindsey Graham conservative in any way would be to compare him to the Michael Moores, Hillary Clintons, and Al Sharptons of this country.
Why then, are there so many primary voters in South Carolina willing to send Lindsey Graham back to Washington?
Simply put, the majority of those voting in the SC Primary are just too laid back.
These folks, let's say 50% of primary voters, just don't actively research the candidates they're voting for in any way. They rely on the TV ads they may catch, the full-page newspaper ads or the radio to determine the box they check next to a candidate's name on June 10th.
Another way our laid back, fellow South Carolina GOPers vote is familiarity. If they've voted for a candidate before, they are very likely too again.
That last method is a big reason Bill Connor has such an advantage over the other Lindsey Graham challengers as he received 131,000 votes in 2010 during a 4-way primary for Lt Governor. In fact, Connor received more votes during that primary season than all of the other challengers in ALL of their races combined. That includes tallying more votes in State Sen Lee Bright's district that year than Lee Bright did himself.
But, here lies the problem.
Lindsey Graham's campaign has, from day one, relied on those that aren't paying attention. The folks that are too "laid-back" to properly vet their candidates. His millions are put to use bombarding the airwaves with ads designed to mislead those folks on his voting record and betrayal of conservative values.
There's are THOUSANDS of folks that will vote for Lindsey Graham on June 10th that WOULD NOT if they truly knew his views on illegal alien amnesty, liberal US Supreme Court nominees and his support of Al Quaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood in Syria and Egypt. They're going to see his ads on TV and think he's someone other than he actually is.
Its up to you, those reading this article, to help keep that from happening.
Talk to everyone you know about Lindsey and encourage them to talk to their friends.
Get out and organize/join sign wave events for your candidate where you live.
Use social media to let everyone know who you support and why you support them.
There are just a few days left until the primary. The importance of this election CANNOT be overstated. As patriotic Americans, its your duty and responsibility to get to work these last few critical days. By doing this, you're not only keeping Lindsey Graham below that 50% mark in order to force a runoff, you're laying the groundwork for the runoff itself.
Here's your sign.