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August 26, 2023
All eyes were on the debate this week and our team left Milwaukee feeling confident that Tim Scott is the only man for the job of President of the United States.
The evidence is clear:
👉 Tim was the adult in the room and while other candidates were childish, Tim spoke clearly on policy.
👉 Tim was able to connect directly with the American people and show why he’s the candidate who can beat Joe Biden.
👉 Tim is not only the best messenger, but he is also the most consistent conservative in the race.
👉 All of America saw the authentic Tim Scott: someone who has faith in God and faith in this country.
This is why Tim Scott is the only candidate who has seen steady, upward momentum in the early primary states.
As always, thank you for your support! Take a look at Tim’s week in review.
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What We're Hearing
When Tim read through the replies to the emails our team sent this week around the debate, these were some of his favorites:
- Debra from South Carolina said, “Sen. Scott did very well. I wish he had had more time to speak. He revealed himself to be the supreme, smart, thoughtful statesman.”
- Shelly from Georgia said, “Mr. Scott was direct without throwing any shade. He clearly stated his views and offered a very optimistic option as a leader.”
- James from Michigan said, “Tim acted and looked presidential. There was one adult in the room last night… Tim Scott.”
Tim said it best on stage: We need to focus on restoring hope, creating opportunities, and protecting America.
We didn’t spend enough time talking about the challenges we have at our southern border. We didn’t talk long enough about the challenges that we have with China. It’s not the strength of China, it’s the weakness of Biden, that’s the problem that we face as a nation.
We need to dig into some of the most important, consequential issues facing the American people, and not have a food fight on the stage.
We all look forward to being on the debate stage again next month, and to continuing conversations with people in states like Iowa, New Hampshire and his home state of South Carolina!
-Sam, Deputy Campaign Manager