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Paul South Carolina Visits

rationale, methodology and limitations  | this page updated on Oct. 21, 2015

Through 3rd Quarter 2015

South Carolina: 13 visits, 16 days
[Kelley Paul visited SC on September 28, 2015.  She filed paperwork for Sen. Rand Paul to appear on the Republican primary ballot at South Carolina GOP headquarters in Columbia; and addressed a meeting of the Richland County GOP at Doc's BBQ in Columbia].

>Sen. Rand Paul visited SC on September 23, 2015.  He did an event and received the endorsement of Congressman Mick Mulvaney at the American Legion Hall in Rock Hill; rallied at the University of South Carolina's Russell House Ballroom in Columbia; and he and Mulvaney did an event at the RJ Rockers Brewing Company in Spartanburg.

>Sen. Rand Paul visited Greenville, SC on September 18, 2015.  He met with the campaign's grassroots leaders at the Hampton Inn; and participated in Heritage America's Take Back America Forum.

>Sen. Rand Paul visited SC on August 7-8, 2015.  On August 7 he did an event at Physicians Choice Laboratory Services in Rock Hill; participated in a Palladian View Bridging the Gap quarterly leadership series event at Chapman Cultural Center in Spartanburg; did a Stand with Rand event at the Clock of Laurens in Laurens; and a Pints for Liberty at River Rat Brewery in Columbia.  On August 8 he did a Breakfast with Rand at American Legion Post 166 in Goose Creek.

>Sen. Rand Paul participated in a Concerned Veterans for America Defend & Reform town hall at Omar Shrine Temple in Mount Pleasant, SC at mid-day on July 27, 2015.

[Kelley Paul visited SC on June 15-17, 2015, doing signings for her book
True and Constant Friends at a number of events.  On the evening of June 15 she appeared at a Berkeley County GOP meeting at the Berkeley County Government Office in Moncks Corner.  On June 16 she toured and read at the Carolina Youth Development Center's Freedom School in North Charleston; spoke at a Rotary Club of Charleston luncheon at The Citadel's Holliday Hall in Charleston; and spoke/signed books at at Dorchester Republican Women meeting at Coastal Coffee Roasters, Inc. in Summerville.  On June 17 she spoke at a lunch at Mi Tierrita Okatie, Inc. in Bluffton].

>Sen. Rand Paul did a lunchtime meet and greet at VFW Post 8738 in Lexington, SC on June 15, 2015.

>Sen. Rand Paul visited SC on May 29, 2015, doing signings for his new book Taking a Stand.  He started with a lunch with the York County Republican Party in the Palmetto Room at Historic Old Town in Rock Hill; did a meet and greet at the Beacon Drive-In in Spartanburg; pizza with the Greenville County GOP at their headquarters on Wade Hampton Blvd. in Greenville; and a Pints for Liberty event at Connolly's Irish Pub in Greenville.

>Sen. Rand Paul visited the Charleston, SC area on April 8-9, 2015 as part of his announcement tour.  On the evening of April 8 he appeared at a Rand Paul Victory Commiittee dinner fundraiser at the Country Club of Charleston in Charleston.  On April 9 he rallied at the U.S.S. Yorktown in Mount Pleasant.

2014: 2 visits, 2 days

>Sen. Rand Paul visited SC on September 30, 2014.  He did a college tour with SC GOP chairman Matt Moore, holding events in the Gressette Room at Harper College at University of South Carolina in Columbia; and in Alumni Memorial Hall at Randolph Hall at the College of Charleston; and appeared at a Victory ice cream social fundraiser for the Horry County Republican Party at their headquarters on Rodeo Drive in Myrtle Beach.

>Sen. Rand Paul appeared with U.S. Rep. Mick Mulvaney at a Liberty BBQ at the Magnolia Room in Rock HillSC on August 25, 2014.

2013: 4 visits, 5 days
>Sen. Rand Paul visited CharlestonSC on November 11-12, 2013.  On November 11, Veteran's Day, he did a roundtable with area Republicans; spoke at a South Carolina Republican Party fundraising luncheon at the Harbour Club; did a roundtable/fundraiser for Rand Paul for Senate with local physicians at Thomas Bennett House; and addressed "The Charleston Meeting" at the Harbour Club.  On November 12 he spoke to cadets in McAlister Field House at The Citadel as part of the Greater Issues Series.

>Sen. Rand Paul and Sen. Tim Scott were featured speakers at Rep. Jeff Duncan's 3rd annual Faith and Freedom BBQ in at the Anderson Civic Center in AndersonSC on the evening of August 26, 2013.

>Sen. Rand Paul visited SC on June 28, 2013.  He was the featured speaker at at South Carolina Republican Party luncheon in Greenville; and at the South Carolina Republican Party barbecue dinner at the State Farmers' Market in Columbia.

>Sen. Rand Paul visited CharlestonSC on January 21, 2013.  He held a press conference; and addressed "The Charleston Meeting" at the Harbour Club.

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