Huckabee South Carolina Visits
rationale, methodology and limitations | this page updated on October 21, 2015
Through 3rd Quarter 2015
South Carolina: 15 visits, 21 days
>Former Gov. Mike Huckabee visited SC on September 22-23, 2015.
On September 22 he did a Huckabee Huddle with Veterans at Marine Inn at Grande Dunes in Myrtle Beach; filed paperwork to appear on the Republican primary ballot at South Carolina GOP headquarters in Columbia; did a "Huckabee at Work" ast the Sea Pro Boat Factory in Whitmire; and in the evening participated in a SCGOP town hall meeting at Newberry Opera House in Newberry.
On September 23 he did a Huckabee Huddle with the Lexington Dawnbusters at Lizard's Thicket in Lexington.
>Former Gov. Mike Huckabee visited SC on September 2-3, 2015.
On September 2 he did a Huckabee Huddle meet and greet at Golden Corral in Beaufort; a Huckabee Huddle meet and greet at Aunt Chilada's Easy Street Cafe in Hilton Head Island; a Huckabee Huddle meet and greet sponsored by Republicans of Sun City Hilton Head Island at Magnolia Hall in Bluffton; and a Huckabee Huddle meet and greet sponsored by Colleton County Republicans at Fat Jacks Grillin and Chillin in Walterboro.
On September 3, hosted by the Conservative Leadership Project, he spoke at Winthrop University in Rock Hill; did a Huckabee Huddle at The Pavilion at Sun City Carolina Lakes in Fort Mill; and did a media availability followed by an event "Calling America Back to God" for area churches and residents at Trinity Baptist Church in Indian Land in Van Wyke.
[Janet Huckabee visited SC on August 17-18, 2015. On August 17 she did a Spartanburg County Republican Women breakfast meet and greet at Grapevine Restaurant in Boiling Springs; appeared at a luncheon hosted by the Upstate Republican Women's Club at The Poinsett Club in Greenville; packed meals at the Harvest Hope Food Bank in Columbia; and headlined the Midlands Area Republican Women Summer Soiree at Liberty Tap Room in Columbia. On August 18 she attended a coffee hosted by Doug and Lynn Doster at their home in Cameron; did a meet and greet at Liberty Tap Room in Mt. Pleasant; and was the guest of honor at the Dorchester County Republican Women monthly meeting at Coastal Coffee Roasters in Summerville].
>Former Gov. Mike Huckabee visited Greenville, SC on August 7, 2015. He spoke at a closed press meeting with pastors at North Greenville University; campaigned at Stax's Original Restaurant on Poinsett Highway; and visited the Greenville Republican headquarters on Wade Hampton Blvd..
>Former Gov. Mike Huckabee visited SC on July 19-20, 2015.
On July 19 he spoke at Sunday service on the 2nd annual Day of Unity at Rock Hill Missionary Baptist Church in Manning; and spoke at the evening service at Langston Baptist Church in Conway, hosted by the Church and Pastor Dr. Hampton Drum.
On July 20 in Florence he appeared on Live 95.3's Good Morning Pee Dee with Ken Ard from Victor's Bistro; held a Huckabee Huddle at the Boys and Girls Club of Florence; made a stop at Hope Health corporate offices; did a Huckabee Huddle lunch stop with the Florence County Republican Party at Bazen's Restaurant; and held a pastor's meeting at First Baptist Church of Florence.
>Former Gov. Mike Huckabee visited SC on July 6-7, 2015.
On July 6 he did a "Huckabee Huddle' at an Oconee County GOP luncheon at Seneca Family Restaurant in Seneca; did a "Mike at Work" at the Chick-fil-A on Clemson Blvd. in Anderson; did a media availability and then participated in a First in the South Republican Primary presidential town hall hosted by U.S. Sen. Tim Scott at Anderson Civic Center in Anderson.
On July 7 he did a "Huckabee Huddle' with the Edgefield County GOP at the Edgefield General Store in Edgefield; headlined an Aiken Republican luncheon at Newberry Hall in Aiken; and did a "Huckabee Huddle" at the Lexington County Republican Party dinner at Hudson's Smokehouse BBQ in Lexington.
>Former Gov. Mike Huckabee did a five-city tour through SC on June 12-13, 2015.
On June 12 he did a meet and greet at the Beacon Drive-In Restaurant in Spartanburg; spoke at a Bridging the Gap Quarterly Leadership Series event at Spartanburg Community College in Spartanburg; and attended an event to launch Benjamin House Ministries (an effort to build an orphanage in Uganda) at Anderson Mill Road Baptist Church in Moore.
On June 13 he did a meet and greet at Cracker Barrel in Gaffney; a faith and family roundtable with church leaders at Inspiration Ministries in Indian Land; a tour of the Keer America manufacturing plant in Indian Land; and he spoke at a barbecue dinner to benefit the York County Republican Party at the Palmetto Room at Historic Old Town in Rock Hill.
>Former Gov. Mike Huckabee spoke to the South Carolina House Republican Caucus at First Citizen's Cafe in Columbia, SC on June 2, 2015.
>Former Gov. Mike Huckabee held a "Hope to Higher Ground" lunch at the No Name Deli in Columbia, SC on May 21, 2015.
>Former Gov. Mike Huckabee made his first visit to SC as a declared candidate on May 8, 2015. He spoke as part of the Upstate Chamber Coalition's Presidential Series at the Embassy Suites Golf Resort & Conference Center in Greenville.
>Gov. Mike Huckabee addressed three Republican county conventions in SC on April 11, 2015. He spoke at the Lexington County Republican Convention at Meadow Glen Middle School in Lexington; spoke at the Berkeley County Republican Party Convention at Stratford High School Auditorium in Goose Creek; and spoke at the York County Republican Party's 2015 Convention at Rawlinson Road Middle School in Rock Hill.
>Former Gov. Mike Huckabee visited SC on February 27, 2015. He hosted a roundtable discussion followed by a media availability at the Commerce Club in Greenville; and did a media availability and was the special guest at a fundraiser for Attorney General Alan Wilson at the Nelson Mullins law firm in Columbia.
>Former Gov. Mike Huckabee visited SC on January 29-30, 2015. On the afternoon of January 29 he did a signing for God, Guns, Grits and Gravy at Books-A-Million in Rock Hill. At noon on January 30 he did a signing for God, Guns, Grits and Gravy at Barnes and Noble in The Shops at Greenridge in Greenville.
>Former Gov. Mike Huckabee appeared at three airport "get out the vote" rallies/press conferences with Mike Campbell, candidate for lieutenant governor (June 24 runoff with Henry McMaster) in SC on the afternoon of June 21, 2014. They appeared at Stevens Aviation's executive hangar at Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport in Greer; at Columbia Owens-Field Downtown Airport; and at Landmark Aviation in North Charleston.
(Former Gov. Mike Huckabee cut a radio ad for Mike Campbell that began running on June 11, 2014).
(Janet Huckabee did two fundraising events in SC for Mike Campbell for lieutenant governor on June 3-4, 2014. On the evening of June 3 she was the special guest at a fundraiser at House of Blues in North Myrtle Beach; and on the afternoon of June 4 she was the special guest at an desserts and coffee event at Lace House on the grounds of the Governor's Mansion in Columbia).
>Former Gov. Mike Huckabee visited Greenville, SC on May 2, 2014. The State reported he was to headline a Pastors and Pews event sponsored by the American Renewal Project; and he announced his endorsement of Mike Campbell for lieutenant governor in the June 10 primary in a press conference at Greenville Downtown Airport.
>According to WITN former Gov. Mike Huckabee stopped at the Hilton in Greenville, SC on April 5, 2013 for an appearance on the Tom and Sadie show on WTIB. (Earlier as part of WNBU/Inner Banks Media's "Talkfest" he broadcast his syndicated radio show in front of a large audience at the Riverfront Convention Center in New Bern, NC).