I will be voting in honor of my Grandfather, who served in the military. He is very loving and caring man who has done wonders for his community.
Submitted by: Amari Helena Manigault
I'm going to use my vote for my dad who served in the Navy. He went to the Naval Academy for college and served on the submarines after.
Submitted by: Abigail Schweickhardt
My dad is a Colonel in the Air Force Reserves and he served on active duty for a long time before I was born. He’s awesome
Submitted by: Annabella Leone
I will be voting for my grandad, he served for a long time and is a great person and friend. I am proud to be voting for him.
Submitted by: Karen Majewski, Na
My father, Brendan Tumulty, served in the 101st Airborne division of the United States Army.
Submitted by: Brendan Tumulty III
I will be voting for my friend Cheyenne Graves. She recently left her friends and family to serve in the Marines and honor her country.
Submitted by: Emily Cook
I am honoring my father because of what he gave up to serve his country and the continuation of his service through his community, family, and his career.
Submitted by: Sydney Clair Register
I am honoring Colton Hubright for his service in the Air Force
Submitted by: Hannah Glass
I have known Mr. Sutcliffe for the approximately eight years as a family friend. He is always willing to lend a helping hand. He is a small business owner; his company connects veterans from around the country with each other.
Submitted by: Shriya Amin
Serving multiple deployments including two tours in Afghanistan and multiple trips to provide foreign aid, my mother, Sumter High School graduate, has spend the last 22 years faithfully serving the United States Navy as an IDC.
Submitted by: Sydney Jones
Thank you for honoring your family and country.
Submitted by: Christopher Nixon
Thank you Grandaddy! We love you and appreciate your service to our country!
Submitted by: Abbey Grace Byrd, Wando High School
I’m writing this in honor of my dad, he served on submarines and as a nuclear engineer. He devoted a lot of his life to the Navy.
Submitted by: Jonathan Hudson
In Honor of my Great Grandfather, Elwood Joseph Reading, USMC. Meuse-Argonne Offensive Nov 1 to Nov 14, 1918, March of Allies Armies to Rhine River, Army of Occupation Germany Dec 13, 1918 to July 18, 1919.
Submitted by: Amanda Ramage, Charleston County Government
In honor of my father, who completed year-long tours to Afghanistan, Africa, Bosnia and Iraq with the US Army.
Submitted by: Conrad Kramer
In honor of my grandfather, WWII
Submitted by: Patricia Masonis
I am voting for my grandfather who served in World War II and helped to liberate France
Submitted by: Alec Reinhart
In honor of my Grandfather, who served on the combat lines of the Korean War.
Submitted by: Caroline Funk
I am honoring my grandfather for fighting in the Vietnam war. He fought for my freedom and I am repaying him by voting and making a difference in America.
Submitted by: Karly Ripple, Ms.
My great grandad who fought in World War to as a P-52 pilot.
Submitted by: Matt Baker
shoutout to my cousin for serving our country
Submitted by: Virginia Howell
I want to honor Jermaine Husser this November with my vote. His story of sacrifice and service are to be commended. He is a true hero and inspiration to all in this great community.
Submitted by: Isaac Cramer
I am honoring Jermaine Husser to show my respect and appreciation for the men and women who serve our country.
Submitted by: Jack Friedman
Mr. Husser came to Wando High School and spoke to my class. He gave a powerful speech on why everyone should register to vote. I am registering to vote because the troops that fought for us, are fighting for our freedoms and right to vote.
Submitted by: Fiorella Robinson
In honor of Jermaine Husser for his service to our country and for sacrificing his freedoms so we can enjoy ours. Thank you.
Submitted by: Nicholas Holland
Mr. Husser came into my class today and influenced all of us as students that it is important to get out there and vote because a closed mouth doesn't get fed.
Submitted by: Elizabeth Singleton
Jermaine was a guest speaker at my school, and was very inspiring to making sure everyone should preform their civic duties and exercise their rights.
Submitted by: Jake Gonda
Jermaine came to my high school and gave a very dynamic speech regarding veterans and their transition back in to society. I was deeply moved by his testimony and realized the importance of giving back to those who have served to protect us and our country
Submitted by: Henry Carey
Thank you Jermaine for coming to our class and speaking your message of giving back to veterans through voting. His message encouraged me to start voting in order to give back to the veterans.
Submitted by: Sam Botos
Jermaine was an inspirational speaker for my government class at Wando high school. An amazing person and an even better public servant.
Submitted by: Cline Mamo
Jermaine Husser is a dyanamic speaker who continues to serve our country after his time in the Army by inspiring young people to vote.
Submitted by: Ethan Rabb
I am going to dedicate my vote to Jermaine Husser, who recently visited my classroom and explained to me that voting honors the sacrifices of those who served to guarantee that basic right as an American citizen.
Submitted by: Samuel Murk Caya
Mr. Husser spoke to my AP Government class about his service to this nation and his work after for veterans after his 4 years in the army. I am voting because his words inspired my classmates and I to build upon our civic duty to help this great nation.
Submitted by: Kate Wander
Jermaine came into my classroom and spoke about his dedication to our country and his service. He spoke not only about his service to our country, but to making veterans lives better in our community too. He is a hero. Thank you for your service Jermaine.
Submitted by: Olivia Mae Coppola
Jermaine Husser visited Wando High School to talk about his service and discuss the importance of voting. I'm planning on registering to vote in honor of Mr. Husser and the rest of our armed forces.
Submitted by: Anna Gross
Jermaine is an inspirational and powerful speaker whose presentation at my school for the Palmetto Warrior Connection has motivated me to become more civically active and aware in order to do my part to help American veterans. Thank you for your service.
Submitted by: Andrew Inman, Wando High School
Jermaine came to Wando High School and spoke to my class. His words were inspiring and powerful and motivated many of my classmates and I to "get in the fight". We thank him for his service and sacrifice.
Submitted by: Haley Baker
Jermaine came to my classroom and was such an incredible inspiration and speaker. His speech was super powerful and made such an impact on my classmates and I. Thank you for your sacrifice and service!
Submitted by: Brianna Stamps
I would like to thank Jermaine for his service and for taking the time to discuss the sacrifice that veterans take to serve our country and to protect our freedoms.
Submitted by: Michelle Pham
I vote in honor of Jermaine Husser because fought for my freedom and reminded me why that’s so important.
Submitted by: Zach Green, Wando High School
He risked his life for ours. He served in Vietnam.
Submitted by: Claudia Lee Haynes
My grandfather did not serve overseas, but was on active duty during the Chicago riots and was called out to protect citizens and infrastructure.
Submitted by: Stephen Brooke
I am voting going to vote in honor of my grandfather who served.
Submitted by: Matilda Seay
My Grandfather served in the navy right out of high school. He went to many different countries and met a variety of people.
Submitted by: Robert Jennings
My grandfather was in direct combat for over 3 years in WWII. He would want me to vote in a way that, I believe, would help our country to recover from our own domestic war here in America for the past decade plus.
Submitted by: Shannon M. Smith
My father, a WWII veteran, helped make it possible for us to live free in our America. He would want me to vote to make our country great. To quote him, “We had a job to do, we went over there, we did it the best that we possibly could, and we came home."
Submitted by: Johnnie N. Smith Jr.
Served in Britain and France during WWII and was wounded twice and awarded a Purple Heart.
Submitted by: Martha M Chisolm, Ms.
I would like to honor my uncle Ken Werkheiser for his dedication and service to our country with my vote.
Submitted by: Quinn Corrigan
I want to make a testimonial for my second cousin. He is originally from Connecticut, and he is in the army. Our extended family is proud of him for the work and protection/service he is doing for our country. I will vote in honor of Kenny.
Submitted by: Amanda Kobierowski
My father served as a dentist in the Air Force and helped to provide for my family. Even when we were going through hard times and he got sick he helped to ensure that my family would be alright. I want to vote to say thanks for what he did.
Submitted by: Rose Holstein
Love you dad
Submitted by: Samantha Gause
He lost his eye in the Navy
Submitted by: Maya Bolling , Wando
Thank you for your service during WWI!
Submitted by: Hannah Nybo
My grandfather served in the navy and I'm so proud of him. He was the coolest person I know and I remember how he used to take me out on his boat with him.
Submitted by: Emma Larsen
Thank you, Grandaddy, for your service and your sacrifices for all of us. Your legacy lives on---you were truly apart of the GREATEST GENERATION! Hope we can make you proud by continuing our love of God, country and freedom.
Submitted by: Angie Byrd, Wando High School Teacher
My grandpa, Richard Harman, served in the Vietnam war. Although he never spoke much of the war, I am proud of him and his service to our country and my vote will be in honor of him.
Submitted by: Emily Scruggs
For my Grandfather and his service with the Army Air Corps. Also for the many other members of my family who have served.
Submitted by: Kevin Limehouse, Charleston County
I am honoring my grandfather because of his commitment to serving this country and because his commitment inspired his son, his son's son, and my brother to serve as well.
Submitted by: Brandy McAllister, DAODAS
Served on USS Yorktown CVS-10 in Tonkin Gulf, Recovery Ship for Apollo 8, Round the Horn & North Atlantic cruises. USS Independence CVA-62 Mediterranean during rescue of Jordanian hostages. RD-2 Anti-Submarine Air Controller & Electronic Counter-Measures
Submitted by: Joan Dehne, League Of Women Voters
Thank you for your service Grandpa Bob!
Submitted by: Abbey Grace Byrd, Wando High School
For my dad, who served overseas during several years of my childhood.
Submitted by: Reagan Thomas
In honor of my grandfather
Submitted by: Mary Wallace Clement
He fought in the Korean War and I'd like to honor him.
Submitted by: Nicholas Van De Meulebroecke
I’m going to honor my grandfather by voting in the next, and all of the following elections regardless of any hinderances that I may have in the future.
Submitted by: Margaret Turman
My dad is important to me, and in voting not only will I be honoring my civic duty, but his service to our country will always remind me that apathy will get us nowhere, and it is action and activism that will move us forward as a country.
Submitted by: Kirstin Lewis
For my grandfather, WWII
Submitted by: Patricia Masonis
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