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Attorney General opinion regarding Petition Candidates

There was some concern about some language in the South Carolina Supreme Court ruling that could be interpreted to prevent any candidate that was ruled ineligible to appear on the June 12 primary from running as a petition candidate on the November gerneral election ballot as well. So, the Attorney General of South Carolina was […]

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Lin Bennett – Guard dog for the establishment

Here’s the proof, in technicolor! Lin Bennett, first vice chair of the state Republican Party and chairman of the Charleston Republican party IS the guard dog for the incumbents. Watch the video below and then tell me… have you ever seen a harder press to keep someone from challenging one of the establishment? Peter is […]

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Endorsements announced at Operation Lost Vote Presser

I haven’t had time to “pretty this up”, but for those who are interested in what was said at the Columbia Operation Lost Vote  presser, here are my raw notes. Press Conference Corruption – The Center for Public Integrity gave South Carolina a grade of “F” in eight categories including: judicial accountability, state civil service […]

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Operation Lost Vote

Editor’s note: Locations for Myrtle Beach and Charleston were changed at 1:45 PM Sunday. Another Editor’s note: Aiken was added to the list of coordinated press conferences at 3:20 PM Sunday. PRESS ADVISORY FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date: 11 May 2012 Contact: Harry Kibler 864.313.8615   Grassroots Organizations to Launch Operation Lost Vote Groups Responding to […]

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Solum Resigns From Lexington GOP to Fight Establishment

Summer Solum announced her resignation as 1st Vice Chair of the Lexington GOP on Monday May 7th. I am resigning my position as 1st Vice Chair of the Lexington GOP, effective immediately, because I am angry and disgusted with the political maneuvering that has surrounded the recent SC Supreme Court decision concerning candidate eligibility. I […]

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RINO Hunting in Charleston

For Immediate Release: RINO Hunt expands in Charleston The founder of RINO Hunt met with dozens of Charleston residents this weekend. Charleston, SC, March 12, 2012 Coinciding with upcoming elections, RINO Hunt will work together with other local activists to have our agenda voiced in the primary process. Several meetings were held in Charleston and […]

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Cagney and Lacey in the SC Senate?

Deedee Vaughters and Katrina Shealy are running for state senate. Which one is Cagney and which one is Lacey?  I don’t know, I never watched the show, but it brings to my mind an image of two ladies bustin’ down the door and kicking some butts. The point is these two ladies will shake up […]

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Political Zombies in the Statehouse

Tuesday, August 30th, 22 year old Republican Joshua Putnam won the race to represent State House District 10 that had been represented by the powerful Ways and Means committee chairman Republican Danny Cooper. This special election went largely unnoticed around the state, but Dan Cooper’s fall demonstrates the power of your voice! Dan Cooper played a central role in delaying […]

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