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Second Quarter Numbers Released
U.S. Senator Tim Scott’s campaign announced today that he raised a total of $1.27 million in the second fundraising quarter of 2013, with $2.4 million on hand.
“America’s future is amazingly bright”
Republican Senator Tim Scott returned to his Charleston roots to address students, faculty and members of the community on Feb. 19 in Randolph Hall.
Scott, a native of North Charleston, was raised by a single mother and graduated from Charleston Southern with a BS in Political Science. He was elected to the House of Representatives in 2008 and served as the Chair of the Freshman Caucus. In January, he was appointed by Governor Nikki Haley to assume Senator Jim DeMint’s vacated seat, making him the first African American from the south to serve in the Senate since the 1800s.
“You can do almost anything you set your mind to”
He told the auditorium full of faculty and students to dream big while reminiscing about his time spent there. Scott spoke of his failing grades his freshman year, but reminded those listening how that didn’t hold him back from achieving his dreams.
“You can do almost anything you set your mind to,” he said.
He said he is thankful for having good teachers that believed in him during his time at the school. He says they told him the sky is the limit.