Democrat running for Congress in SC pens children's book criticizing Republican Nancy Mace
Charleston’s congressional race has now taken the form of a children’s book with Democrat Annie Andrews authoring a collection of snipes aimed at Republican incumbent Nancy Mace.
Titled “Nancy Said No!” the picture book questions why Mace, R-Isle of Palms, voted against the creation of the Jan. 6 commission, the Inflation Reduction Act, the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act and against codifying Roe v. Wade.
It is written from the perspective of a fictional 10-year-old child named Susie who is growing up in the coastal 1st Congressional District that Mace represents.
“Sometimes my grandma tells me stories about what it was like for girls when she was young,” the book reads. “I can’t believe girls didn’t always have the same rights as boys. I even heard that some of our leaders don’t even think girls are smart enough to make decisions about their own bodies.”
It goes on, “My Congresswoman had the chance to protect little girls like me by voting for the Women’s Health Protection Act. I don’t understand why, but NANCY SAID NO.”