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Gubernatorial Candidate Templeton Rips Governor McMaster For Ducking Myrtle Beach

Templeton Video

S.C. Gubernatorial Candidate Catherine Templeton let loose on what she has called “the place-holder Governor” Henry McMaster after he no showed on the Myrtle Beach Governor’s Forum.   All other Republican candidates for Governor were present and each answered all questions asked. Said Templeton, “Questions have recently arisen over financial contributions …

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Poll Shows McMaster Leading, Bryant Second For S.C. Governor

Governor McMaster

Trafalgar’s Senior Strategist Robert Cahaly is certainly no stranger to Myrtle Beach politics. Cahaly is considered one of the brightest campaign strategists in the state of S.C.  He is currently involved in the campaign, as well as, the sky-rocketing future of popular, local Horry County Councilman, Tyler Servant.  Servant is sure …

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Key Influencer – Carolina Forest

Carolina Forest

 CAROLINA FOREST RESIDENTS PROVE THE POWER OF ONLINE INFLUENCERS The Sun News reports that positive changes in Myrtle Beach oceanfront access parking for county residents may be just ahead. Myrtle Beach Mayor Elect, Brenda Bethune, has stated publicly that she wants to open a dialogue with county officials and …

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SC AND HORRY COUNTY GOVERNMENT IN FREE FALL

Sky Dive Myrtle Beach

Horry County Attorney Arrigo Carroti recently reversed Horry County’s position on 112 allegations the county used in 2015 to force a popular attraction, Skydive Myrtle Beach, out of business. MyrtleBeachSC.com obtained the following email exchange where S.C. District 104 Representative Greg Duckworth referred the matter to S.C. Attorney General Alan …

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State Corruption Probe Continues Says Judge

Rankin Leatherman Dean Lazarus

Myrtle Beach Area Chamber C.E.O Brad Dean and his political allies were dealt a blow this a.m. when Judge Knox McMahon ruled special prosecutor David Pascoe could continue his probe into collusion and corruption state-wide. Journalist John Monk of The Columbia State Newspaper just published:  Special prosecutor David Pascoe can stay on …

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Indicted Representative Helped Local Leaders Stay In Office

Rankin Leatherman Dean Lazarus

The Post and Courier Reported this week: State Rep. Rick Quinn used his public office as a multimillion-dollar money funnel that enriched his family’s powerful political empire while doing the bidding of shadowy corporate interests in the Legislature, prosecutors said Tuesday. Misconduct charges handed down as part of the ongoing …

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