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Senator Tim Scott Joins Colleagues in Introducing Balanced Budget Amendment

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Senator Tim Scott Joins Colleagues in Introducing Balanced Budget Amendment

Washington – U.S. Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) joined his colleagues in introducing a Balanced Budget Amendment (BBA) to the United States Constitution.

“The President’s speech Tuesday showed us one thing: he is committed to spending money we don’t have, our children don’t have, and our grandchildren don’t have,” Scott said. “We can’t keep asking American families to foot the bill for reckless spending in Washington, and a Balanced Budget Amendment will ensure a more efficient and effective federal government. States have to balance their budgets and families have to keep their checkbooks in order – it only makes sense the federal government should as well.”

17th February 2013

Senator Tim Scott changing the face of SC politics

Timothy Eugene Scott known as Tim Scott making history on December 17, 2012 by becoming the first African American Senator in South Carolina.

Scott being appointed to the seat by Governor Nikki Haley after former Senator Jim Demint stepped down for another career at The Heritage Foundation.

“The future is incredibly bright for America. We have our challenges, we have things we have to overcome but boy does the future look great in South Carolina,” says Senator Tim Scott.

4th February 2013

In Tim Scott’s Wake

Tim Scott, the newest member of the U.S. Senate, got a hero’s welcome from the groups meeting here for the South Carolina Tea Party Convention this weekend.

Scott, who replaced Jim DeMint as South Carolina’s junior senator this month, has had a meteoric rise in politics. Five years ago he was a member of Charleston’s city council. Since then he has won a seat in the state legislature, and in 2010, he became the first African-American Republican elected to the House from a Deep South state in decades.

14th January 2013

U.S. Chamber Award

Scott, who replaced Jim DeMint as South Carolina’s junior senator this month, has had a meteoric rise in politics. Five years ago he was a member of Charleston’s city council. Since then he has won a seat in the state legislature, and in 2010, he became the first African-American Republican elected to the House from a Deep South state in decades.

30th March 2012