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Bush South Carolina Visits

rationale, methodology and limitations  | this page updated on Oct. 31, 2015

Through 3rd Quarter 2015

South Carolina: 9 visits, 12 days
>Former Gov. Jeb Bush spoke at the East Cooper Republican Women’s Club Annual Shrimp Dinner in Mount Pleasant, SC on the evening of September 24, 2015.

>Former Gov. Jeb Bush participated in Heritage America's Take Back America Forum in Greenville, SC on the afternoon of September 18, 2015.

>Former Gov. Jeb Bush visited SC on August 17-18, 2015.  On August 17 he did a closed event with veterans followed by a media avail at the Hilton Garden Inn in Charleston; and participated in a Concerned Veterans of America "Veterans & Military Town Hall" at Seawell's at the Fairgrounds in Columbia.  On August 18 he participated in an APPS National Security Forum at Winthrop University's DiGiorgio Campus Center in Rock Hill

>Former Gov. Jeb Bush visited SC on July 21-22, 2015.  On July 21 he made a stop and talked with voters at Wade's Restaurant in Spartanburg; and participated in a Palladian View Bridging the Gap Quarterly Leadership Series event at the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine in Spartanburg.  On July 22 he visited the Carolina Pregnancy Center in Spartanburg; and held a "Taking on Mt. Washington" town hall at Newberry Hall in Aiken.

>Former Gov. Jeb Bush visited SC on June 29, 2015.  He met privately with about 60 religious leaders at the DoubleTree Hilton in North Charleston; and toured and spoke with employees at Nephron Pharmaceutical Company in West Columbia.

>As part of his announcement tour, former Gov. Jeb Bush is scheduled to do a veterans town hall at the Charleston Maritime Center in Charleston, SC on the morning of June 18, 2015.postponed following the shootings at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston on the night of June 17.

>Former Gov. Jeb Bush visited SC on May 2, 2015.  He did a private breakfast with pastors and faith leaders at Tommy's in Greenville; and addressed the State Convention at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center in Columbia.

>Former Gov. Jeb Bush visited SC on March 17-18, 2015
On March 17 he spoke at a President Series breakfast hosted by the Upstate Chamber Coalition at Embassy Suites Golf Resort & Conference Center in Greenville; visited Hidden Treasure Christian School in Taylors; and in the afternoon he and Gov. Nikki Haley visited Sistercare, a Midlands organization that provides services to and support for domestic violence survivors and their children, in Cayce; they then did a media availability; and finally he attended a South Carolina House Republican Caucus fundraiser at Hilton Columbia Center in Columbia. 
On March 18 in the morning he attended a breakfast with the Horry County Republican Party at Rioz Brazilian Steakhouse in Myrtle Beach; he also did "a private fundraising event in Charleston" and tweeted a photo of himself in front of Ashley Hall (the high school his mother graduated from) in Charleston [then to Atlanta, GA...]

>Former Gov. Jeb Bush met with Gov. Nikki Haley at the Governor's Mansion, then spoke to graduates at the University of South Carolina winter commencement and received an honorary degree at USC's Colonial Life Arena in Columbia, SC on the afternoon of December 15, 2014.

>Former Gov. Jeb Bush visited SC on October 23, 2014 to campaign with Gov. Nikki Haley.  They did a meet and greet with supporters at the Greenville County Republican Party's Victory campaign office at 850 Wade Hampton Blvd. in Greenville; a meet and greet with supporters at Hudson's Smokehouse in Lexington; and he headlined a high-dollar fundraiser for Haley and the SC GOP at the Capital City Club in Columbia.

(As reported by WCBD News, former Gov. Jeb Bush was one of a number of prominent people to attend a conference led by Microsoft CEO Bill Gates at the Sanctuary Hotel on Kiawah Island, SC in May 2013; non-political, no public events).   not counting in tally...no public events noted

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