Former Sanford PRT Director and Horry County Council Chairman Chad Prosser signed the Americans for Tax Reform “Taxpayer Protection Pledge.” The pledge binds the signer to oppose income tax increases during their time in Congress. Prosser also announced his participation in two forums today where voters can come out to hear how he will bring his experiences gained in both private and public sector management to bear in reforming Washington.
“I’m running for Congress because I have a track record in managing successful businesses, bringing conservative reform to government and ending irresponsible fiscal policies,“ said Prosser. “I applaud Grover Norquist and Americans for Tax Reform for working to hold Washington politicians accountable and forcing them to go on the record against reckless tax increases. With our economy in the shape it is in, the last thing Americans need is tax increases.”
“I will bring my no-nonsense approach to conservative reform to Washington, where alongside conservative champions like Mr. Norquist I will fight to end the runaway spending train, repeal job-killing regulations and embrace free market outcomes,” continued Prosser. “As I embark on the campaign trail and begin to crisscross the district, I urge voters to ask the tough questions about how each candidate will fight to end the business-as-usual mindset inside the beltway and get America back on track.”
Americans for Tax Reform was founded in 1985 by Grover Norquist and today is one of the leaders in the fight for lower taxes and fiscally responsible government. In the 112th Congress, 236 U.S. Representatives and 41 U.S. Senators signed the pledge.