Burns, Biggs in runoff for US House District 3 – Vote!

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Voters will go back to the polls today (Tuesday, June 25) to decide who will represent them on the US House of Representatives District 3 seat. Sheri Biggs and Mark Burns will face off in the Republican Primary Runoff race for the U. S. House District 3 seat formerly held by Congressman Jeff Duncan.

Sheri Biggs
From Biggs website – Sheri Biggs served as a Lieutenant Colonel in the Air National Guard. She is a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner and Board Certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. Biggs says she is a wife and mother, a conservative Christian, pro-life, pro-second amendment and a pro-Trump Republican.
With over two decades in health care – from an Intensive Care Unit Nurse to a licensed nursing home administrator and health services consultant to volunteer service of veterans’ and first responders’ mental health needs, Sheri cares passionately about helping others heal. Now, with our nation suffering from mental, fiscal, and spiritual problems, Sheri is focused on treating Washington’s health problems with truth-seeking, servant leadership.
In addition to her healthcare career, Sheri has served with distinction in the Air National Guard. The recipient of the Aerial Achievement Medal, Sheri has served as medical crew director of five combat missions and three combat support missions while operating in hostile environments in support of Operation FREEDOM’S SENTINEL.
Sheri’s unique educational background includes earning a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) from Samford University and a Bachelor’s Degree from Carolina Bible College in Christian Ministries and currently seeking a Master’s Degree for Professional Military Education at the Air War College.
A dedicated wife and mother, Sheri is a member of the Temple Baptist Church in Anderson, where she provides counseling. Active in the community, Sheri also volunteers at the Dream Center and the WLS Foundation.
Mark Burns
From Mark Burns website – Mark Burns is a lifelong resident of District 3, born in Anderson, raised in Belton, and currently lives in Easley.
Pastor Mark Burns, labeled by Time Magazine as “Donald Trump’s Top Pastor” and named one of the “16 People Who Shaped the 2016 Presidential Election” is the Co-Founder & CEO of The NOW Television Network, a Christian television network based out of South Carolina that reaches 236 million homes in the US & 83 countries including sub-Saharan Africa & Western Europe on digital cable television, satellite, Apple TV, Amazon, Android App, ROKU & online at the NOWnetwork.org.
Pastor Burns is a renowned motivational speaker that has energized audiences across the country with stories that inspire greatness out of anyone listening just like his “All Lives Matter” Speech at the 2016 Republican National Convention which has inspired the world.
After serving six (6) years in the South Carolina Army National Guard, Pastor Burns founded the multicultural, non-denominational contemporary church The Harvest Praise & Worship Center of Easley. Pastor Burns has been blessed with seven adult children.
His agenda includes:
Secure Borders – Burns is committed to revisiting the 14th Amendment and implementing the Ellis Island Project, ensuring that only immigrants who can contribute to our nation’s growth, enter right correct and legal way. This is a bold step towards securing our borders and protecting our way of life.
Uphold the Rule of Law – With the rule of law under constant attack, Mark Burns is committed to upholding our constitutional rights, especially the Second Amendment, which is under siege.
Economic Revival – Mark Burns is dedicated to reversing the economic damage done by the failed policies of Joe Biden and implementing policies that will grow our economy, create jobs, and restore prosperity. Placing priorities on American businesses and families.
Pushing back The Woke Agenda – Pushing back against the “woke” agenda, particularly in the context of Critical Race Theory (CRT) and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) policies, has become a significant issue in American society. “You can’t defeat racism with racist policies like CRT & DEI,” he says.