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BCRP CALL TO ACTION ON THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT ACTION REQUIRED – Call and write your Senators Congress has failed to repeal Affordable Care Act (ACA). There is a broad consensus among Republican voters for Congress to repeal the ACA. We urge you to call your elected Senators now: • Senator Lindsey Graham – 202-224-5972 […]

First Monday Republican Lunch

Our next (rather delayed) meeting will be at noon on Monday, June 26th at Aunt Chiladas. As usual reservations are not required. Lunch is still $10 including beverage, tax and tip. (An extra dollar for the wait staff is always appreciated). The featured speaker will be Mr. Jim Geraghty, who is a Senior Editor of […]

County Party Meeting Wed. July, 19


Greater Bluffton Meeting June 5

The Greater Bluffton Republican Club is pleased to announce that our next meeting will be held at the Roasting Room at 1297 May River Rd, Bluffton, SC 29910 on Monday, June 5, 2017. We are honored to have Young Patriots who are graduating from local high schools and moving on to our nation’s greatest military […]

BCRP Meeting May 18

Our next meeting is 5:30 PM ON THURSDAY, MAY 18, 2017 Hampton Inn (near Sun City) — 29 William Pope Drive; Bluffton NOTE OUR MEETING LOCATION CHANGE 5:30 PM -Pizza and Wine 6:30 PM – Meeting OUR SPEAKER WILL BE SC SENATOR TOM DAVIS who will: Update us on the SC Senate’s 2017 actions including […]

Bill Herbkersman & Weston Newton – May 1

State House Reps Bill Herbkersman & Weston Newton to speak The Greater Bluffton Republican Club is pleased to announce that our next meeting will be held on Monday, May 1, 2017 at The Roasting Room 1297 May River Road Bluffton We are very pleased to have State Representatives Weston Newton & Bill Herbkersman join us. […]

County GOP Convention April 22

BEAUFORT COUNTY REPUBLICAN PARTY 2017 COUNTY CONVENTION KEYNOTE SPEAKER: SC LT. Governor – Kevin L. Bryant Please join the Beaufort County Republican Party for the 2017 County Convention. Business will include the election of County Republican Officers and the selection of delegates and alternatives to the Republican Party State Convention. For information, contact Jim Riordan […]

BCRP Meeting Wed. March 15

Wednesday in Beaufort Change of Venue and Day The Beaufort County Republican Party Meeting is rotating this month to Beaufort. On Wednesday, March 15, 2017 at 5:30pm at the Quality Inn – BEAUFORT (2001 Boundary Street, Beaufort) NOTE OUR MEETING LOCATION CHANGE 5:30 PM – Pizza, Beer and Wine 6:30 PM – Meeting Our speaker […]

1st Monday Republican Lunch Group March 6

The Hilton Head Island 1st Monday Republican Lunch Group will meet at noon on Monday, March 6th at Aunt Chiladas Restaurant at 69 Pope Avenue. As usual reservations are not required and lunch including beverage tax and tip is still $10.00. SC HOUSE MEMBER JEFFREY BRADLEY We are honored to have as our featured speaker, […]

Duffie Stone to Speak at GBRC Mar 6

The Greater Bluffton Republican Club is pleased to announce that our next meeting will be held at Rose Hill Golf Club at 4 Clubhouse Dr. on Monday, March 6, 2017. We are very pleased to have Solicitor Duffie Stone join us. The social hour begins at 5:00 PM with the meeting to follow at 5:45 […]

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Beaufort County News

Invitation – March Reorganization and the BCRP Convention

Consider this as your invitation to the BCRP Convention on April 22nd at Sun City as a delegate. We organize precincts at the Reorganization meetings every other March in non-general election or odd numbered years. Perhaps now more than at any time we can remember it’s really important to get involved and organized. You say […]

Rep. Sanford Town Hall March 3

Congressman Mark Sanford Beaufort County Town Hall FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 2017 2:00 PM TO 3:00 PM TECHNICAL COLLEGE OF THE LOWCOUNTRY – STUDENT CENTER – BUILDING 12 BEAUFORT CAMPUS – 921 RIBAUT ROAD BEAUFORT, SC Congressman Mark Sanford in conjunction with Indivisible Lowcountry, Lowcountry Immigration Coalition, and Beaufort Indivisible will host this Town Hall on […]

Republican Meetup Feb 16 at Aunt Chilada’s

If you have never heard of, it’s a web site that has a Meetup group for every interest, hobby, or activity you can think of from Alpaca grazing to Zoologists (there may be no alpaca farmers in Beaufort County but if you are interested in alpacas, form an Alpaca Meetup group). We formed the […]

Dana Perino Book Signing in Hilton Head

Dana, along with her dog Jasper, will be appearing at the Barnes & Noble – Hilton Head 20 Hatton Place Hilton Head Island Saturday Dec. 10th at 1:00 PM. The name of her book- ‘Let Me Tell You about Jasper . . .: How My Best Friend Became America’s Dog’. She contends Jasper is a […]


Take a Look at Your Sample Ballot

Avoid the lines on election day and cast an In Person Absentee Ballot if you are over 65 or plan to be away on November 8. The Ballot is 9 PAGES LONG TAKE TIME TO READ IT. KNOW WHAT YOU ARE VOTING FOR In Person Absentee Ballots may be cast now at the County Office […]

FLASH MOB for TRUMP Fri, Oct 21 2-5 Pm

I would like to fill you all in on this NATIONWIDE EVENT that is being planned for 2 – 5 PM on Friday Oct. 21. Many Trump supporters are very unhappy with the media. As a result some of the grassroots Trump Supporters are organizing a nationwide Trump Flash Mob. We are asking that you […]

Hang on to your hats. Three Tax Increases on the Nov 8 Ballot

Hang on to your hats , one more reason to vote early. Listed below is a sample ballot for Beaufort County Depending on your residence your ballot may contain local measures and additional candidates. IT IS 9 PAGES LONG Riverbend has virtually the same ballot, exceptions being their Representative for the State House TAKE TIME […]

In Person Absentee Voting Begins Oct 17

In-Person Absentee Voting for the General Election begins October 17, 2016 Main Office: 15 John Galt Rd Beaufort, SC 29906 Voice: (843) 255-6900 Fax: (843) 255-9429 Hours: Monday – Friday, 9 am to 4 pm Email us at Satellite Office: 61-B Ulmer Road Bluffton, SC 29910 Voice: (843) 255-6940 Hours: Open Monday – Friday […]

Registration Deadline Oct. 8

If you are new to Beaufort County you have only until October 8 to resister to vote. If you have moved within the county you must notify the Registrar of Voters of your new address. In person absentee voting dates have not yet been established for the main office on John Gault Rd. or the […]

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SC State News

Tom Davis on SC Nuclear Power Debacle

The State newspaper published a story today in regard to the nuclear-reactor debacle in Fairfield County, which chronicled the history of the Base Load Review Act that passed in 2007 – the law that allowed SCE&G to stick ratepayers with billions of dollars in rate-hikes to pay for something that will never provide any electrical […]

Columbia Pushes to Raise the Gas Tax

“REFORMING A BROKEN SYSTEM AND PRIORITIZING PROJECTS A FAR BETTER SOLUTION THAN PENALIZING MOTORISTS WITH NEW TAX HIKES” By — Senator Tom Davis, March 20, 2017 Another year, another push by politicians in Columbia for higher taxes to “fix our roads.” This time it’s a 75 percent gas-tax hike and a host of other new […]

First reform highway spending

February 8, 2017 Cindi Ross Scoppe writes in a piece published in Tuesday’s newspaper that the South Carolina House of Representatives’ leaders won’t even try this year to fix the parochial and politically-driven way in which our state’s road and bridge spending decisions are made. The reason, she explains, is that those leaders believe any […]

Meet the new boss…

Same as the old boss From The Nerve: By ROBERT MEYEROWITZ, January 26, 2017 In the course of several minutes Wednesday afternoon, while normal South Carolinians were eating their lunches or petting their pets or just doing their jobs, state senator Hugh Leatherman was the senate president pro tempore, the most powerful state position, and […]

Message From State Treasurer Curtis Loftis

An Urgent Message From State Treasurer Curtis Loftis… You have probably heard that the mismanaged pension system wants the General Assembly to remove me as their watchdog. They want to remove your advocate. They want the power for themselves. Their pension debt is $25 billion. It is as large as the state budget and the […]


REPRINT of Letter to the Editor from Senator Tom Davis; Page 7A; Island Packet, 12-13-2016 On Dec. 6, the Senate voted 34-9 to re-elect Senate Finance Chairman Hugh Leatherman as president pro tempore. Sen. Tom Davis entered a statement in the official Senate Journal to explain why he was one of the nine who voted […]

Tim Scott, Trey Gowdy join President elect Donald Trump transition team

From The Post Courier: By Maya T. Prabhu and Emma Dumain COLUMBIA — U.S. Sen. Tim Scott and U.S. Rep. Trey Gowdy are among a number of people who have been added to President-elect Donald Trump’s transition team. Scott, R-S.C., is one of several vice chairmen named and Gowdy, R-S.C., will serve on […]

Gov. Haley to be Ambassador to UN

South Carolina governor and Trump critic Haley picked for U.N. job From Reuters: By Doina Chiacu, November 23, 2016 (Reuters) – U.S. President-elect Donald Trump has picked South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, who has little foreign policy experience and who sharply criticized him during his election campaign, for the high-profile post of U.S. ambassador to […]

2018 SC Governor Tom Davis Calculus

WILL HE RUN? AND IF SO … AS WHAT? By FITS – November 10, 2016 We’ve written previously on efforts by libertarians to draft Republican S.C. Senator Tom Davis as their gubernatorial nominee in 2018. Meanwhile, Davis is among the top tier of GOP candidates eyeing the governor’s office in the June 2018 Republican primary. […]

Landess Speaks to Lawmakers on Second Amendment

October 30, 2016 As you may know, state lawmakers have recently held a series of public hearings on potential gun control measures. The fourth and final hearing was held on Thursday night. Once again, Policy Council members and allies showed up in large numbers and made sure their elected officials heard from them. SCPC president […]

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