Conservative talk show host Armstrong Williams, Florida Congresswoman Kat Cammack, Texas Congressman Ronny Jackson more to speak at SCGOP’s inaugural First in the South Republican Action Conference
(Columbia, S.C.) – Conservative talk show host Armstrong Williams, Florida Congresswoman Kat Cammack, Texas Congressman and former White House physician Ronny Jackson, and South Carolina U.S. Senator Tim Scott are set to speak at the South Carolina Republican Party’s inaugural First in the South Republican Action Conference in late October.
“Our schedule for the weekend is filling up, and we’re excited these leaders in our Party are a part of lineup,” said SCGOP Chairman Drew McKissick.”South Carolina Republicans had historic wins in 2020, and we’re eager to expand on those victories in 2022. With great speakers like these and top-notch trainings, our grassroots base will be more motivated and organized than ever before.”
Attendees will hear from speakers in general session format, panels, and breakout sessions that will cover a wide range of topics, including defending election integrity, fighting against illegal immigration, understanding the importance of national security, and minority outreach.
“South Carolina thrives under common-sense conservative leadership. I’m looking forward to engaging with our amazing and hardworking grassroots activists and leaders as we meet in Myrtle Beach to lay the groundwork for strong victories in 2022 and beyond,” said Senator Tim Scott.
“I can’t wait to visit South Carolina for the First in the South Republican Action Conference. With all the different crises Joe Biden has created, he is the by far the worst president of my lifetime. But Republicans attending trainings and conferences like this one is how we’ll win in 2022 and kick Biden and Harris out of the White House in 2024,” said Congressman Ronny Jackson.
The First in the South Republican Action Conference will be October 29-31 and will be a biennial conference. All but one of the Republican nominees for president have won SCGOP’s presidential primary.
More details and weekend schedule to follow.