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WATCH LIVE: South Carolina Tea Party Convention

Source: News release from http://southcarolinateapartycoalition.com/ Source: News release from http://southcarolinateapartycoalition.com/

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – The Fifth South Carolina Tea Party Convention is being held January 16 to 18 at the Springmaid Beach Resort, and will feature six GOP Presidential Primary candidates among dozens of other speakers.

Click or tap here to watch the event's livestream now.

Click or tap here to view a slideshow of images from the convention.

The schedule for speakers at the convention is below:

Monday, January 18, 2016

Time – Topic – Speaker – Speaker Information

8:50 AM - EMP Update - Amb. Henry Cooper - Chairman of the Board of High Frontier

9:20 AM - Agenda 21 - Tom DeWeese - President of the American Policy Center

9:50 AM - WRNN 99.5 fm - Liz Calloway - Hot Talk Radio, Morning Co-Host

10:00 AM - Islamic Migration - Anne-Marie Lewis - Specialist intranational security, terrorism

10:30 AM - The Real Hilary Clinton - Colin Heaton - Military Historian, Author

11:00 AM - Handcuff Politics - Wild Bill For America - Wild Bill For America

11:20 AM - Presidential Candidate - Dr. Ben Carson - Presidential Candidate

1:00 PM - South Carolina Attorney General - Alan Wilson - South Carolina Attorney General

1:20 PM - GOTV Training - Matt Robbins - President, American Majority

2:20 PM - Refugee Resettlement - Suzanne Shattuck - Center for Immigration Studies

2:50 PM - South Carolina Refugee Resettlement - Lauren Martel - Lawyer, Researcher

3:10 PM - Coastal Carolina Conservatives - Cody Fongemie - Chairman / Coastal Carolina Conservatives

All information comes from southcarolinateapartycoalition.com – click here to visit this site for more information on the convention.

Click here to view our preview of this event.

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