An Anderson businessman says he plans to run against U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham in the 2014 Republican primary.
Richard Cash says Graham does not reflect the core values of South Carolina voters. He says Christian faith, free-market capitalism and a strict interpretation of the Constitution are the cornerstones of American society.
Cash owns a fleet of ice cream trucks and a used car business. He spent eight years working for the anti-abortion group Pastors for Life.
Cash's wife and seven of his eight children helped pass out bumper stickers at his rally Monday.
Cash got 49 percent of the vote losing in a runoff to U.S. Rep. Jeff Duncan in 2010
Graham's campaign said Monday he has nearly $5.4 million in the bank.
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