Jane Dyer is a Democratic Candidate for the South Carolina’s Third Congressional District. The campaign will start in about 40 days, but I want to pay your attention on that woman beforehand. It is a great candidate with a deep understanding of the area’s problems and andvanced approaches of how those problems can be solved. Jane is a a former Air Force Pilot, born and raised in the area and a devoted woman, who knows exactly how to improve the district’s conditions and raise it to a different level. Jane Dyer is taking on Republican Jeff Duncan, who is endorsed by Club for Growth.
Jane Dyer’s easy confidence shows whether she’s speaking to voters or chopping onions as she makes lunch for a team of volunteers. Her daily life reflects her warm, open personality and genuine interest in what you have to say.
This is no surprise, considering her family, where she grew up, where she went to school. What may surprise some is her keen mind and enthusiasm for solving complex problems.
Her clarity may come from her mechanical engineering degree from Clemson. Or from lessons learned flying a USAF jet as a young woman. Or from her captaining flights of a FedEx Airbus 300 as she travels across the US and Europe.
Clearly, Jane is a focused, determined learner and leader, one who sees difficult tasks as challenges to overcome.
“I’ve trained all my life to lead and to help others. I have made a habit out of accomplishing the impossible,” Jane says. “Even though I’ve traveled all over the world and all across America, I can’t imagine living anywhere but here in South Carolina.”
In fact, it’s Jane’s love for the Palmetto State and her vision for its future that helped her make the decision to run for the US Congress.
“We need new energy and action, and everywhere I go, South Carolinians remind me that they expect change now,” she comments. “It is not about being right or following a certain ideology; it is about fixing the problems.”