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Will Breazeale announces candidacy for SC House District 63

(Source: City of Florence) (Source: City of Florence)

FLORENCE, SC (WMBF) - Florence resident, airline pilot, three-time Iraq War combat veteran, and seminary graduate, Will Breazeale, is announcing his candidacy for the SC House District 63 seat.

The announcement will take place Tuesday, November 10 at 8 a.m. at the home of Bill Pickle in Florence.

Breazeale worked full-time as a Boeing 737 airline pilot, Southwest Airlines. Breazeale also served as part-time Lieutenant Colonel for the United States Army Reserve.

Below is a list of Breazeale's Platform for Breazeale:

  • Pass a law allowing the return of the Confederate Battle Flag to the State House grounds while defending our Southern Heritage from further attack
  • Ensure Francis Marion University starts a football team and builds a new stadium in downtown Florence
  • Become the first candidate in the history of SC to sign a 6 year Term Limit bond
  • Repeal the SC Income Tax

Bojanges biscuits, orange juice and coffee will be served. Parking is across the street in a field from 704 N. Beaverdam Drive (Grove Park Area). 

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