Friday, March 15, 2013
On Monday, March 11, state Sen. Vincent Sheheen kicked off the Palmetto State “Back on Track” tour at Sun City in Rock Hill to rollout his new book “The Right Way” and discuss his ideas on how to move South Carolina forward with local residents and leaders around the state.
“This short book is not meant to propose solutions to all of our state’s problems. It’s a revolt against the status quo. This book proposes ideas for us to consider and debate to try to get our state back on the right footing and shed the inanities of the past few years,” said Sen. Vincent Sheheen. “More than anything, this book of ideas is an attempt to promote more rational political discussion and policy making. Ultimately, we will still need committed citizens and leadership on many fronts to make it so. I look forward to meeting these leaders in the coming weeks and discussing how we will all move forward together.”
The Back on Track Tour will run from March 11 through March 30 holding lectures at universities, listening sessions with local families and leaders and press conferences and discussions with media about the vision laid out in his book for creating jobs, improving education, restructuring the government and creating a more prosperous future for the people and businesses of the Palmetto state. The tour kicked off March 11 at noon in Rock Hill, before making stops in Conway, Myrtle Beach, Florence, Columbia, Aiken, Charleston, Fairfield, Beaufort, Greenville and Spartanburg throughout the next three weeks.
Sen. Sheheen’s book is free and available online at http://vincentsheheen.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/The-Right-Way-by-Vincent-Sheheen-for-Web.pdf , or as a hard copy at each of the event stops on the Back on Track tour.
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