Jeanette Marie Spurlock
U.S. Congress; South Carolina’s District 7
The Silent Majority
The Silent Majority consists of Americans that have remained under the radar with little to no involvement in organized politics. You know they are there because sometimes you see them on social media, at gatherings with friends and family, at the voting booth, but typically, not at an organized meeting where their name is added to a list.
The election year of 2020 was a turning point. Suddenly the Silent Majority started speaking up! It started out with questions, concerns, and a sharing of ideas that we hoped would propel us into a new direction. As outsiders, we were concerned about what we were seeing and wondered if those on the inside were seeing it also. Some of us decided to become involved in the political groups and some of us even filed for candidacy. We felt that something was missing in our party when some of our elected Officials, Senators and Representatives from SC were not doing what we wanted them to do. We are driven to help find a solution, to create a difference, that would give us back control of our government.
There is much to be said about the Silent Majority and we should not be discounted. We are hardworking Americans that keep America running. We care about our neighbors, our soldiers and the families who have experienced loss and joy. Many are immigrants who worked hard to gain their citizenship, some have picked up and moved their family to a new state for a new life. Some have turned over a new leaf and a great majority of us call out to our Lord and Savior to save our land and to watch over us. We are ever aware that it takes everyone to create a difference and we have always been happy to do our part, doing it in a way that reaches voters that may not want to walk into an organized meeting, but still want to help.
One undeniable truth remains, the landscape is changing. There is a large group of freedom loving Americans that have 1 goal in mind, to elect those who are willing to see things as they are, without the rose-colored glasses. You can be assured, even though we have been silent and have allowed the ideals and direction to be decided by others on our behalf previously, we no longer trust that everything that can be done, is being done. We are here to help and to support our Republic. Silent No More!
I was one of the Silent Majority… “Our Voices Out Loud” is my new way of life, and I want it to be yours as well!
The term “Silent Majority” was made popular by former President Nixon in 1969 when he did a televised address to the Nation, in which he said, "And so tonight—to you, the great silent majority of my fellow Americans—I ask for your support."
My name is Jeanette Spurlock, candidate for US Congress, SC District 7, and I am asking for your vote in 2022, to be a loud voice for you, for us.