FLORENCE, S.C. – Those present at the Monday evening meeting of the Florence County Republican Party at the Floyd Conference Center heard from nine GOP candidates running in the 2018 elections.
FLORENCE, S.C. — More local GOP candidates will attend a county party meeting Monday, said Ray Kingsbury, membership chairman of the Florence County Republican Party.
The meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. at the Floyd Conference Center.
Florence delegates look at issues going into 2018 legislative session
FLORENCE, S.C. – State lawmakers are back today in Columbia for the start of the 122nd South Carolina General Assembly.
A common problem lawmakers will be working on at the start of the 2018 session is the purchase of SCANA, a South Carolina utility holding company.
Virginia-based Dominion Energy announced plans last week to buy SCANA for $14.6 billion after a scandal involving major cost overruns for two canceled nuclear reactor projects.
Veterans, current military members honored at Florence event
FLORENCE, S.C. – More than 200 people filled the pews of the Worship Center on Thursday morning at Florence Baptist Temple for Florence Christian School’s 11th annual “A Salute to Veterans” program.
COLUMBIA, S.C. – Reps. Jay Jordan (R-Florence) and Roger Kirby (D-Marion) have been appointed to a statehouse committee that will study ways to reform South Carolina’s tax code.
House Speaker Jay Lucas (R-Darlington) appointed Lucas and Kirby on Tuesday, along with 12 other House members. This is an ad-hoc committee, meaning it was formed for the specific purpose of reviewing tax code.
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