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The three candidates vying for the 10th Circuit Solicitor’s Office in Tuesday’s Republican primary recently answered a series of questions from The Journal.
With Tuesday’s Republican primary only days away, the election directors for Oconee and Pickens counties said Thursday there are several things voters should be mindful of.
Near the end of a forum that spanned the gamut from zoning to libraries to preservation, the seven Republican candidates for three county council seats were asked to share their vision for Oconee’s future.
Clemson University professor and American Party presidential candidate Peter Skewes said he and his wife Teresa are planning a Clemson-to-Charleston walk later this summer as part of his campaign effort.
Clemson University professor Peter Skewes will be among the candidates for United States president this year after being recently selected by the American Party.
Republican candidates vying for three Oconee County Council seats addressed a general membership meeting of the local GOP earlier this week, but none brought up the 900-pound gorilla in the room — a proposed property tax hike being considered by county government.
Unable to attend this week’s general membership meeting of Republicans in the county because they were appearing in a previously scheduled event in Anderson, the three men seeking to become the new 10th Judicial Circuit solicitor had three able and articulate women represent them before a full room at the Gignilliat Community Center.
The election of a young Pickens County Republican who has ties to the Cruz campaign as a delegate to the GOP national convention highlights the potential pitfalls awaiting Donald Trump in an open and contested floor fight in Cleveland this summer.
In any other election cycle not overshadowed by one Donald J. Trump, the race for the Democratic Party presidential nomination between former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont would likely be deemed one for the ages.
In what is shaping up to be an open and fiercely contested Republican National Convention between the pro and “anyone but” Donald Trump forces, as of yet no one from Oconee County has shown interest in being among the delegates who will choose the GOP nominee for president.