Furay seeking Fourth District nominee as American Party candidate

By Jim Fair, Editor
Published on Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Guy Furay announced he is seeking the American Party’s nomination for Congress in the Fourth District.

Furay founded The Insurance Source in Greer, an independent brokerage specializing in health, life, disability and dental insurance, in 2005 and has been active in the Greenville, Spartanburg and Greer business communities.

“Our healthcare system is broken, and we need to fix it. We need to fix it now,” Furay said in his announcement. “Paying for healthcare is what keeps the average American up at night. But instead of fixing it, Washington has turned it into a political grudge match.”

The political divide in Washington between Republicans and Democrats is the reason he is running as the candidate for American Party, which was formed in 2014 to present a centrist alternative to the current divided party system.

“The system in Washington has become rigged against the American people,” Furay said. “The parties have rigged it because they can make money off it. It’s time to put the people over parties.”

Furay also outlined a campaign focused on setting term limits to keep elected officials working for the people not Washington insiders; increasing lackluster voter turnout and bridging the political divide that the party system has created.

Furay is a graduate of the University of Missouri.



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