Kersey's track record speaks for itself

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By The Staff

Wayne Kersey’s track record during his years on the Lancaster County Council and his years of business experience more than qualifies him to continue in the seat he currently occupies. As a proven leader, he has supported numerous fundings, such as the recreation center in Buford, Heath Springs Senior Center, the addition of 18 new deputies, a new magistrate’s office, the county vehicle policy, truckers’ rights and the list goes on.

Wayne, like everyone else, is aware and thoughtful of the major changes and growth in the Indian Land area. Wayne is a grandfather several times over, has a new grandson, and a son, who is a wrestling coach at Indian Land High School. So, he is especially mindful of the need to improve education in that area as well as other parts of the county.

Health care is a major issue and of great concern to Wayne, including the rising cost of health care and the need to attract qualified health care professionals to our county.

As a longtime business owner, Wayne has the experience and understands the need to attract new industries and good paying jobs to our county and he will work diligently toward those goals on our behalf.

Wayne is a caring, experienced, well-qualified council member who will continue to work to improve and enhance the quality of lives of our citizens.

Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Benton