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Walker South Carolina Visits

rationale, methodology and limitations  | this page updated on Sept. 24, 2015

Through 3rd Quarter 2015
- Walker suspended his campaign on Sept. 21 -

South Carolina: 8 visits, 10 days
[Gov. Scott Walker had been scheduled to do one of Tim's Town Halls in Lexington County, SC on November 20, 2015].

>Gov. Scott Walker visited SC on September 18, 2015.  He did a meet and greet at the Beacon Drive-In in Spartanburg; and participated in Heritage America's Take Back America Forum in Greenville.

>Gov. Scott Walker visited SC on August 28, 2015.  He delivered a foreign policy speech in Buyer Auditorium at The Citadel in Charleston at mid-day (+); did a meet and greet at the Blackstone’s Café in Beaufort; and after the meet and greet he filed his paperwork to appear on the Republican primary ballot, also at Blackstone's Café.

>Gov. Scott Walker visited SC on August 24, 2015.  He did a meet and greet at the Pavilion at Sun City Carolina Lakes in Fort Mill; did a meet and greet at the Carolina Pregnancy Center in Spartanburg; and in the evening spoke at the Faith & Freedom BBQ fundraiser at Anderson Civic Center in Anderson.

>Gov. Scott Walker visited SC on August 8-9, 2015
On the evening of August 8 he attended a gathering of GOP grassroots hosted by state Rep. Josh Putnam in Anderson
On August 9 he attended service at First Baptist North Spartanburg; made a campaign stop at Wade's in Spartanburg; did a meet and greet at FATZ Cafe and the Peach in Gaffney; and a meet and greet at American Legion Frank Roach Post 34 in Rock Hill.

>On his announcement tour Gov. Scott Walker visited SC on July 15, 2015.  After just missing a connection due to weather, he made an early morning drive from Atlanta in a rental car, arriving in time for a coffee and donuts meet and greet at Low Country Harley Davidson in North Charleston; followed by a meet and greet at Hudson's Smokehouse in Lexington; and a meet and greet at Mutt's BBQ in Mauldin.

>Gov. Scott Walker spoke at the Freedom Summit at the Peace Center in Greenville, SC on May 9, 2015; he then did interviews and "participated in a roundtable discussion with upstate conservative activists, and he met with Greenville Mayor Knox White and other elected officials."   ...in the afternoon he started off on his trip to Israel.

>Gov. Scott Walker visited SC on March 19-20, 2015, including speaking at four fundraisers for the South Carolina Republican Party 
On March 19 he headlined a fundraising lunch for the SCGOP at the Marriott Hotel in Columbia; met with Gov. Haley at the Governor's Mansion in Columbia; met with state reps and senators in Columbia; made an OTR stop at the Harley Davidson shop in Greenville; and headlined a barbeque dinner fundraiser for the SCGOP at TD Convention Center in Greenville
On March 20 he spoke at a fundraising breakfast for the SCGOP at Holiday Inn Rock Hill in Rock Hill; spoke at a fundraising lunch for the SCGOP at Francis Marion Hotel in Charleston; made an OTR stop at the National Guard Association of South Carolina conference at the Marriott in Charleston; and in the evening he was the special guest at an NRA Voice of Freedom reception at Planters Inn & Peninsula Grill in Charleston


>Gov. Scott Walker and Govs. Bobby Jindal and Gov. Rick Perry attended a fundraiser for Gov. Nikki Haley at the home of developer Bob Hughes in Greenville, SC on August 26, 2013.