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NBC – Hillary Clinton’s lead over Donald Trump narrowed to 3 points this week after several days of controversy following FBI Director James Comey’s recommendation that no criminal charges be brought against the former secretary of state over her use of a private email server.
SCGOP – S.C. Republican Party Chairman Matt Moore issued the following statement on the FBI’s release of its summary of their interview with Hillary Clinton as a part of their criminal investigation into her secret email server…
Washington Post – Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her staffers employed an informal and sometimes haphazard system for exchanging and storing sensitive information and were at times either unaware or unconcerned with State Department policy, documents from an FBI investigation into her private email server system show.
WJBF – On Monday, South Carolina Congressman Joe Wilson kicked off his annual district bus tour. On Monday, South Carolina Congressman Joe Wilson kicked off his annual district bus tour.
The Second District Congressman stopped at the Aiken Rotary Club where he met with citizens and Aiken City leaders.
The State – In addition to floats, marching bands, cloggers and candy flingers, the 100-entry parade was well-stocked with politicians, most of them Republicans. They included S.C. Attorney General Alan Wilson, U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson, R-Springdale, who is running for re-election against two opponents – Democrat Arik Bjorn and American Party candidate Eddie McCain, who weren’t in the parade.
ABC – It’s a sign of the times. A Donald Trump supporter from Indiana has gone to great lengths to protect his yard sign showing his pride in the real estate mogul’s campaign — booby-trapping it in an attempt to thwart thieves, according to a report.
Goupstate.com – Spartanburg County Republicans kicked off their big push to the November general election on Labor Day, drawing one 2018 gubernatorial hopeful along the way.Meet
Post and Courier – Two polls released Tuesday show Donald Trump with a significant advantage in the Palmetto State. First, a Washington Post survey of South Carolina voters showed the GOP presidential nominee with a 49 percent-42 percent lead over Democrat Hillary Clinton.
First Tuesday with Guest SC Senate Candidate Susan Brill
Tuesday, September 6th at 1pm – Brookland Baptist Church Convention Center
1066 Sunset Blvd, West Columbia, SC
Young Republican September Meeting with SC Senate Candidate Donald Miles
Tuesday, September 6th at 6pm – Carolina Ale House
708 Lady St, Columbia, SC 29201
Mark Palmer for Senate Meet and Greet
Thursday, September 8th at 6pm – Cornwallis House Tea Company
141 S. Congress St, Winnsboro, SC
Colleton County GOP Meeting – Thursday, September 8th at 6pm – Click for more info
Jasper County GOP Meeting – Thursday, September 8th at 6pm – Click for more info
Clarendon County GOP Meeting – Thursday, September 8th at 6pm – Click for more info
Aiken County GOP Meeting – Thursday, September 8th at 6pm – Click for more info
Lexington Dawn Busters – Wednesday, September 7th at 7 am – Click for more info
Greater Bluffton Republican Club – Monday, September 12th at 5pm – Click for more info
Aiken Republican Club Luncheon – Wednesday, September 14th at 11am – Click for more info
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