Bluffton Attorney Martel Announces Run Against Wilson for Attorney General

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David Hucks
David Hucks
David Hucks is a 12th generation descendant of the area we now call Myrtle Beach, S.C. David attended Coastal Carolina University and like most of his family, has never left the area. David is the lead journalist at

Current S.C Attorney General Alan Wilson has a serious contender in the upcoming June Republican primaries.

Bluffton, S.C. Attorney Lauren Martel has officially decided to run for the seat as S.C. Attorney General.

Incumbent Wilson is well known for avoiding past issues related to the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce collusion/corruption involving a Tourism Development Fee controversy.

Wilson has also described himself as a close associate of now indicted political consultant Richard Quinn.

State issues surrounding the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce, as well as, the Alex Murdaugh saga are sure to be key during this campaign challenge.


Martel is running with a promise to bring conservative, non collusive principles to the Attorney General’s office.

FROM MARTEL’S WEBSITE: Lauren’s family legacy, in America, goes back to the Revolutionary War. She has a lineage of warriors who fought for liberty and freedom and enlightened society. Her passion for our system of government is ingrained in her from her grandfather’s military service, her family history and as an attorney practicing law.

As an attorney in private practice for over 25 years, Lauren has lent her legal experience to countless successful businesses and leaders and ?has spearheaded several initiatives on the restoration of our families and our communities. She has been guest speaker on several radio and television shows and at events. Her practice includes a variety of areas including, Personal Injury, Contractual and Constitutional Law, Government over-reach issues, Family Law some limited criminal law, and Heirs cases.

She has contributed to many-limited government, Fiscal Conservative, Constitutional community organizing events and participated in the political process throughout her career, most recently being actively involved in exposing the over-reach of the refugee resettlement program in South Carolina.

For Immediate Release

Bluffton, South Carolina Lauren Martel Announces Candidacy for South Carolina Attorney General 

South Carolina attorney Lauren Martel announced today that she is running in the Republican Primary for Attorney General of South Carolina. In making the announcement, Martel said that “South Carolina needs Republican leaders who are willing to act – not just talk.” Martel points out that current Republican Attorney General Alan Wilson has defaulted on numerous issues critical to the people of South Carolina. When asked for specifics, Martel did not hesitate: “Alan Wilson has failed to take any action to oppose and stop Governor McMaster’s unconstitutional consecutive state of emergency orders that illegally bypassed the legislature. Wilson has failed to take any action to investigate and stop the improper pressure being exerted on doctors to violate the doctor-patient relationship and the Hippocratic Oath when prescribing alternative Covid treatments, and he has likewise failed to take any action against pharmacies engaging in the unauthorized practice of medicine by overruling doctor prescriptions for therapeutics such as Ivermectin. And Wilson has failed to investigate the financial incentives given to hospitals to deny alternative Covid therapeutics rather than forcing patients to follow the central planning dictates of Tony Fauci. Our Attorney General needs to put the rights of the people first, not the powers of bureaucrats and health departments.” Martel continued: “The issue of our time is ending the civil liberties violations of Covid Tyranny and restoring medical freedom for all people in South Carolina. Our elected officials, particularly our Republican elected officials such as Attorney General Alan Wilson, have not protected the citizens of South Carolina from this onslaught against their liberties. I’m running because I will.



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