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Gov. Henry McMaster Suspends Oconee County Councilman Matthew Durham

Following the indictment of Oconee County Councilman Matthew Durham (right), Governor Henry McMaster today issued Executive Order 2022-15, suspending Durham from office. Durham has been charged with second degree domestic violence and unlawful neglect of a child. The Governor’s Office says Durham “is suspended until such a time as he...
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South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster's minor heart procedure was a success

South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster was put under anesthesia for about 10 minutes Wednesday to fix a minor irregular heartbeat, his office said. The problem was found when the 74-year-old governor was scheduled for arthroscopic knee surgery Wednesday after suffering a slight meniscus tear while playing tennis with his wife, his office said in a statement to The Associated Press.
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Gov. Henry McMaster’s minor heart procedure a success

(AP) — South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster was put under anesthesia for about 10 minutes Wednesday to fix a minor irregular heartbeat. The governor’s office says the problem was found when the 74-year-old governor was scheduled for arthroscopic knee surgery. McMaster had suffered a slight meniscus tear while playing tennis with his wife. McMaster’s cardiologist […]
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SBA Approves Gov. Henry McMaster’s Request for Disaster Assistance

Following Governor Henry McMaster’s April 15 request, the U.S. Small Business Administration announced today that South Carolina’s businesses and residents affected by the severe storms and tornadoes on April 5-6 may apply for low interest disaster loans. To assist businesses and residents affected by the disaster, the SBA...
BAMBERG, SC
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Gov. Henry McMaster signs Convention of the States bill into law

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Governor Henry McMaster this week signed into law H. 3205, Convention of the States, and issued a signing statement. "Efforts to rein in federal spending and reduce the national debt have repeatedly met resistance from the parties in power at the time. It has become clear that Congress is unwilling or unable to set aside its self-serving institutional interests in preserving and expanding the size and reach of the federal government," Governor McMaster wrote in the letter. "Thus, any initiative to reduce the size of the federal government must originate elsewhere."
COLUMBIA, SC
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Governor Henry McMaster’s Campaign Announces Fundraising Milestone

Governor Henry McMaster’s campaign today announced it has raised over $5 million so far in the 2022 election cycle. The campaign raised $607,492 in the first quarter, again leading the gubernatorial field. “South Carolina’s future is bright with Governor McMaster’s leadership,” said campaign manager Mark Knoop said. “The campaign’s...
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Governor Henry McMaster, Lt. Gov. Evette File for Re-Election

Governor Henry McMaster and Lt. Governor Pamela Evette on Wednesday filed for re-election at the South Carolina Election Commission. “When we work together to advance our shared conservative values, we can achieve great things,” said Governor McMaster. “South Carolina is in the best financial shape ever, and we are excited to build upon that success by cutting taxes. For South Carolina, the best is yet to come.”
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CCGOP hosts SC Governor Henry McMaster

On Thursday March 10 the CCGOP had their monthly meeting at the Cornerstone Fellowship FWB Church in Manning. We had 110 people attend this meeting and supper. We packed the house. It was standing room only when the meeting started and really not a lot of room left to stand. We did utilize an overflow in the lobby until the meeting began. Thank you SLED and Clarendon Sheriff’s Department for Security.
MANNING, SC