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Bryant – Ethical, Intelligent Leader Addresses Horry County Resident Concerns

Bryant Campaigns For S.C. Governor

Lt. Governor Kevin Bryant campaigned last night at Horry Georgetown Tech.  Bryant wants to be South Carolina’s next governor.  Last night, Bryant spoke to local Horry County voters. Afterwards, he fielded questions.  His answers, seen in the video above, are an indication of what we can expect from his leadership.  Bryant is ethical.  He is also clearly one of the smartest candidates in the race.

Those in attendance were impressed with Bryant’s knowledge of all things S.C. government.  We were impressed with Bryant’s willingness to tackle every question asked on the tough issues just ahead facing our state.

Residents asked questions about school shootings, allowing kids to carry backpacks to class, and arming schools appropriately.

Bryant was also asked about state ethics and government accountability.  Residents shared Bryant’s concerns on how the state has given too much power to the S.C. Legislature.   Questions were asked as to how residents could work to re-assign some of those powers to the Governor’s office.

Bryant made a commitment to work with residents to do just that.

While South Carolina residents continue to be some of the most highly taxed citizens in the fifty states, S.C. legislators continue to hide among each other, with no accountability for providing the state accountable leadership.  Horry County residents now believe it is time we took some of those powers from the S.C. General Assembly and re-assigned those powers to the Governor’s office in order to create greater state-wide accountability.




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Born in 1961, David 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 MyrtleBeachSC.com

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