Vice President Mike Pence made a trip to South Carolina on Tuesday to talk about the state’s effort to fight the COVID-19 virus, and WMBF News got a one-on-one interview with the nation’s second in command.
North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper has responded to tweets from President Donald Trump threatening to pull the Republican National Convention (RNC) from Charlotte if the state cannot guarantee full attendance at the convention.
President Donald Trump threatened to pull the Republican National Convention out of Charlotte if North Carolina can’t commit to full attendance at the convention, the president said in a tweet Monday morning.
Some lawmakers will be pushing for changes to our state’s absentee process when they return to session, Tuesday, May 12. A bill being introduced in the House says there should be some adjustments made to protect voters amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
It was a busy day of campaigning on Wednesday for a number of the Democratic candidates, who crisscrossed the Palmetto State, trying to prove why they’re the best to go up against President Donald Trump.
One day after Senate Democrats promised to fight any school voucher programs in South Carolina “to the end”, a panel of Senators took up the Equal Opportunity Education Scholarship Account Act (S.556).
Lawmakers are mulling over a piece of legislation that would require all sign language interpreters in the state to be nationally certified before they can be hired to work in hospitals, courtrooms, and public schools.
After the news of a whistleblower accusing the President of covering up a conversation with the Ukrainian President came out, South Carolinians expressed more negative views towards President Trump than the whistleblower online.