On The Trail: Tim Stands with Israel in South Carolina
“The strongest decision we can make is to have a president who understands the Reagan Doctrine of peace through strength is necessary.” – Tim Scott
CHARLESTON, SC – Earlier this week in South Carolina, Tim Scott held campaign stops across his home state from the Lowcountry to the Upstate.
Last Friday, Tim drew an overflow crowd in Bluffton as he took questions from voters and declared the need for a united Republican Party. On Monday, Tim stopped by Stax’s Original Restaurant in Greenville to greet Palmetto State voters.
Following the tragic terrorist attacks on Israel, Tim led a coalition of faith leaders in prayer for the Israeli people. He called out Joe Biden for enabling Iran-backed terrorism and urged the United States to lead with strength.
Tim addresses supporters in Bluffton
Tim meets with voters at Stax’s Original Restaurant in Greenville
Tim hears from local pastors in Greenville
Post and Courier: An estimated 300 people jammed in shoulder-to-shoulder for the chance to hear Scott. Another 100 remained outside, unable to squeeze in…
“He’s got a conservative approach,” Bluffton resident Ray Morris said. “He’s a constitutional Republican and believes in the things I believe.”
WJCL: “Being home is wonderful. Having the opportunity to talk to the people face to face is a really important part of the engagement,” Scott said.