COLUMBIA — Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has officially become a White House hopeful.
Walker became the 15th high-profile Republican to enter the GOP presidential contest, with at least $20 million to spread his message, raised by two outside groups not subject to campaign finance donation limits, the Associated Press reported.
In other news:
Deerin raises the most in 2Q (The Post and Courier)
13 file to run for Pinckney’s vacant seat (The Post and Courier)
Concrete pad that held Confederate flagpole removed (The State)
S.C. has opportunity for change on civil rights issues (The Greenville News)
‘Me too!’ Why GOP field is so crowded (The Associated Press)
Bush, Clinton spar over ‘longer hours’ remark (USA Today)
The mainstream response to Trump affirms Latino political power (Washington Post)
As Republicans court Hispanic voters, Democratic groups attack Rubio, Bush (The Tampa Bay Times)