Sen. Tim Scott signaled Tuesday that he is likely to endorse a candidate in South Carolina’s 2016 GOP presidential primary and said the candidates’ positions on school choice could tip the scales, according to a story posted on the Washington Examiner website.
A day earlier, Scott convened a school choice summit on Capitol Hill that attracted congressional leaders and at least one likely GOP presidential candidate, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal. Scott said he has spoken to multiple Republicans eyeing the 2016 contest about coming to South Carolina, home of the presidential primary’s third overall contest and first in the South, to meet with voters.
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