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Senator Tom Davis to speak

The Greater Bluffton Republican Club is pleased to announce that their next meeting will be held at Rose Hill Golf Club at 4 Clubhouse Dr. on Monday, December 5, 2016. We are very pleased to have recently re-elected Senator Tom Davis join us. Mr. Davis will give a legislative update. There will also be a […]

Trump’s Ambitious Plan

President Elect Trump has laid out his objectives in a detailed plan. It is his “Contract With the American Voter”. Here it is. [formatted for readability] Trump Reveals Policy Goals: “Building That Wall”, End “War On Coal”, Repeal Obamacare, Dismantle Dodd-Frank From ZeroHedge: By Tyler Durden, Nov 10, 2016 On his transition website GreatAgain.gov, the […]

Tim Scott Victory Celebration in Charleston

Election Day Sign Wave Volunteers Needed

First Things First Be Sure to Vote! But we’re not done yet. Volunteers are needed in the Bluffton area to wave signs outside voting precincts on Tuesday. (Election Day) We are looking for 2 hour time slots. The first being from 10-12 and the next from 1-3 and 4-6 These are the 3 locations that […]

Voting Questions ????

Beaufort County Republican Party Campaign Offices in Bluffton/Jasper and Hilton Head Island will be Open on Election Day November 8 2016. If you have questions about your voter registration or voting locations: Call Beaufort County Board of Voter Registration and Elections Main Office: 15 John Galt Rd Beaufort, SC 29906 Marie Smalls, Director of Elections […]

Bluffton Republicans Open Mic Mon Nov 7

The Greater Bluffton Republican Club is pleased to announce that their next meeting will be held at Rose Hill Golf Club at 4 Clubhouse Dr., Bluffton, SC 29910 on Monday, November 7, 2016. We will be conducting our first open mic night, where you get to share your opinions. We will also have late breaking […]

3rd Flash Mob for Trump Saturday November 5

Hi! We are down to the final days! This is the information on the last Flash Mob. Please forward this to all family and friends. We had an excellent turnout this past Saturday with 50 SUPPORTERS!! Please see photos attached and also remember this is the last push. We will need all the help that […]

Beaufort TEA Party 2016 Election Watch Party

Hilton Head 2016 Election Night Party

Moss Creek Meet & Greet Rep. Mark Sanford

Paula and Ron Power are hosting a meet and greet for Congressman Mark Sanford, at their gated community, on Thursday, November 3, 2016 at 2 PM. This is not a fund raiser. It is a chance to get an update on what the Congressman is working on and participate in a Q&A session. Refreshments will […]

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Beaufort County News

Vote NO New TAXES

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 voter@bcgov.net 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 […]

SEN. TOM DAVIS SAYS THESE 4 INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS ARE TOP PRIORITIES

Future infrastructure projects: What tops Senator Davis’s list From: Island Packet, August 31, 2016 The recently-completed Bluffton Parkway flyover is “just a piece” of other major infrastructure projects on tap for the Lowcountry over the next decade-plus, Sen. Tom Davis told The Island Packet and The Beaufort Gazette on Aug. 30, 2016. The list, he […]

USCB and TCL voted out of school sales tax plan

FROM THE ISLAND PACKET: BY REBECCA LURYE, AUGUST 3, 2016 rlurye@islandpacket.com Only the Beaufort County School District now stands to benefit from its 1 percent educational sales tax referendum, after board members decided Tuesday against sharing revenue with two higher education institutions. The board was one vote shy of the eight needed to include the […]

2016 New Poll Manager Training Announcement

The Board of Voter Registration and Elections of Beaufort County will be conducting New Poll Manager training. All persons interested in working the polls for the first time, may enroll in one of these sessions. The dates and locations are as follows: Date Time Location August 30, 2016 (Tuesday) 9:30 am – 2:30 pm Hilton […]

A Second Sales Tax Increase to Appear on Nov Ballot

Beaufort County sales tax to appear on ballot By Lawrence Conneff, July 3, 2016, 843-815-0800, Ext. 19 lawrence.conneff@blufftontoday.com Beaufort County voters will decide in November whether a penny should be added to the sales tax to pay for a host of capital improvements. County Council gave final approval Monday to a 1-cent sales-tax referendum that […]

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SC State News

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 […]

The Gun Death ‘Epidemic’ and the 2nd Amendment

From the South Carolina Policy Council on Thursday, September 15, 2016 • SOUTH CAROLINA POLICYMAKERS HAVE A DUTY TO RESPOND WITH REASON, NOT FEAR State lawmakers are now holding public forums to consider whether the General Assembly should further restrict citizens’ Second Amendment rights. Here’s what South Carolinians should understand about the gun debate before […]

McMaster is ‘hoping to be in’ next South Carolina gov’s race

South Carolina Lt. Gov. Henry McMaster all but announced he’s running for governor again in two years, saying Thursday that he’s “hoping to be in” the 2018 race. BY MEG KINNARD, Associated Press, August 25, 2016 COLUMBIA, S.C. South Carolina Lt. Gov. Henry McMaster all but announced he’s running for governor again in two years, […]

$21.5 Million Available for State Roads, But Going to Congressman’s Wish List

‘This congressman is still in Washington . . . I’ll just stop at that’ From The Nerve: By HANNAH HILL, August 23, 2016 Last week, the Department of Transportation Commission voted to spend $21.5 million of federal money on a list of projects associated with Congressman Jim Clyburn. The commission-approved project list looks very different […]

This New Law Ensures South Carolina Students Will Study the Founding Documents

From The Daily Signal: By Faith Vander Voort / June 17, 2016 / Gov. Nikki Haley, a Republican, signed a South Carolina House bill into law that implements the study of U.S. founding documents into the state’s public high schools. The South Carolina Founding Principles Act requires the study of the United States Constitution, the […]

South Carolina 2016 State Primary Tuesday, June 14

Be Sure to Vote Republicans On the Ballot 1st District US House of Representatives U.S. Rep Mark Sanford SC State Rep. Jenny Horne 14th Judicial Circuit Solicitor Duffie Stone Angela McCall-Tanner Beaufort County Council District 7 Cynthia Bensch Mike Covert

The Legislature’s $2.2 Billion Debt Bomb

● Bill would raise revenue by creating debt ● Senators seemingly unaware of state’s debt problem ● Plan would expand highways, do little about repair/maintenance of roads From the South Carolina Policy Council, Friday, May 6, 2016 So far in this year’s legislative session, lawmakers have been unable to pass a tax increase for roads […]

SC ethics reforms stalled after 4 years of debate

From The State.com: BY JAMIE SELF, jself@thestate.com COLUMBIA After four years of debate about how to strengthen the state’s ethics laws, S.C. lawmakers may pass two changes to the rules governing public officials’ behavior later this month. Maybe. Dozens of ethics bills have been introduced since late 2012, when Gov. Nikki Haley formed a blue-ribbon […]

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