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Election Integrity

Federal Agencies as Voter Registration Organizations?

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Through executive order, President Biden has tasked federal agencies — led by his political appointees — with "promoting access to voting."   On what planet is that appropriate?!   There is no provision in the Constitution that permits the President to use federal agencies as voter registration organizations. Furthermore, federal employees carrying out his order…

Here’s an Idea

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Here’s an idea: how about a primetime special on why gas is at $5/gallon? Or why inflation is through the roof?  Or why we now have RECORD levels of illegal immigration pouring across our southern border?  Or why violent crime is rising?  Or why our foreign policy is such a mess?  Or any of the other disasters under the leadership of President Biden and…

South Carolina's Election Bill

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Great work by the South Carolina state legislature to get an election bill passed earlier this week. I believed it passed unanimously in both the SC House & Senate, receiving support across the aisle. Here are some notable changes for our upcoming elections: ✔️ NEW THIS YEAR: South Carolina will now have two (2) weeks of in-person early voting. You don’t need any special reason to…

Upcoming Tele-Town Hall on April 5th

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Please make your calendar for Tuesday, April 5th at 6:00 PM ET for a special live telephone town hall.  Joining me will be two other congressman from South Carolina, Rep. Jeff Duncan and Rep. William Timmons! During this call, we'll be discussing the important domestic issues facing our country, including rising inflation, increases in violent crime, and alarming…

Two Important Pieces This Week

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Here’s a quick recap of two important pieces of news this week: FIRST, the Supreme Court slapped down Biden’s vaccine mandate yesterday. The President was trying to implement this through OSHA (the Occupational Safety & Health Administration), which would have affected more than 80 million American workers and placed massive compliance burdens on countless businesses. The Court was…

Platitudes but No Specifics

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Those who have been completely silent on New York allowing 800,000 illegal immigrants to vote in local elections have NO standing to call for so-called “voting rights” legislation in Congress. Democrats, I’m looking squarely at you. President Biden is in Georgia right now trying to drum up support for this effort. He, along with liberals in Congress, want to change the rules in the…

Pay Close Attention to The Senate

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Pay close attention to the Senate, folks. After the “Build Back Broke” legislation stalled in the Senate shortly before Christmas, Democrat leaders over there are now trying to regroup on legislation to further weaken the integrity of our elections. Last spring, I voted in strong opposition to the House’s version of this bill, called H.R. 1. It’s an awful piece of legislation for so…

It's a Free for All

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Coming soon to your town if Democrats continue to get their way. This is CASE IN POINT why Republicans need to fight tooth & nail for election integrity efforts in every state, every county, and Every. Single. Precinct. I deliberately linked to the ultra-liberal Washington Post here for a reason. You see, allowing people to vote who are not citizens is one of the Democrats' ultimate…

Election Integrity Efforts Across Various States

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Here’s an interesting article about what various states have done this year on election reform. VOTER IDENTIFICATION – Voting is one of the most sacred things we do as Americans. Establishing one’s identity at a precinct is key to determining if that individual is eligible to vote. For those who claim requiring ID is somehow discriminatory, once again that’s “soft bigotry of low…

An Exhausting Week, but Well Worth It

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Summer 2021 Town Halls

It's been an exhausting week, but well worth it. We just wrapped up a series of in-person town halls all over the district, and I want to thank the hundreds of people who showed up. It was great to see and hear from so many folks! Also a special thanks to Rep. William Timmons who joined me in Spartanburg, the dozens of law enforcement officers who kept us all safe, and all the venues…