The gathering is a high profile event expected to draw many hundreds of people.
Schuyler Kropf is The Post and Courier political editor. He has covered every major political race in South Carolina dating to 1988, including for U.S. Senate, governorship, the Statehouse and Republican and Democratic presidential primaries.
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Mark Sanford could have a chance for some success in Iowa and New Hampshire.
South Carolina's two Republican senators gave totally opposite reactions to President Donald Trump's racist tweets, with Tim Scott condemning them as "racially offensive" and Lindsey Graham calling the four targeted congresswomen a "bunch of communists."
At least five Republicans — all with limited political experience — say they plan to challenge Graham, R-S.C., in next June's GOP primary. But Graham is starting with a big financial edge.
Said a South Carolina friend of Ross Perot: "He loved South Carolina, he loved the (aircraft carrier) Yorktown. He was a Navy man. He was a great, great patriot."
At least four candidates from the GOP fringes with scant political experience say they plan to challenge South Carolina's senior senator.
Combined with the original 40 growers who were issued permits in October of 2018, there are now 114 permitted hemp farmers from across 34 counties.
“There’s places for Nikki and Nikki’s future is good,” Trump said.
Mark Sanford's administration tried to cover up the details of his disappearance by vaguely saying he was on the Appalachian Trail.