Randy Ramsey Benefits from Big Campaign Contributions from Outside his District | Beaufort County Now | Am I the only one wondering why Randy Ramsey is willing to spend so much money for a State Senate seat that only pays $13,000/year?

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   Publisher's note: We are receiving a good many short missives suggesting that Randy Ramsey is a RINO, and that he does not take his electorate responsibility seriously. We make no assertion to the veracity of this information; however, many others, from Mr. Ramsey's home region, have made these claim, and that is most troubling.

   To counter these profound and rather robustly offered assertions, we, at BCN, offer whatever space that Candidate Ramsey and his supporters need to adequately refute these damning claims of Mr. Ramsey's disloyalty to the Conservative principles that guide real Republicans, or this last missive that suggests that Candidate Ramsey does not take his position in this citizen electorate. We, at BCN, are here to help all who wish to express all polite and representative expression of the intrinsic principals that make us who we really are.

   At the time of the writing of this letter, Randy Ramsey has put over $237,000 of his own money in his campaign for District 2 State Senate He has received another $180,000 in contributions, with over half of them coming from outside the district he is supposed to serve according to the County Board of Elections.

    Am I the only one wondering why Randy Ramsey is willing to spend so much money for a State Senate seat that only pays $13,000/year? Furthermore, why are people from all over the eastern United States giving tens of thousands of dollars to his campaign? He received $12,000 from a single family in Florida. I don’t have an answer, but I sure have plenty of suspicions.
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