Gubernatorial candidate and conservative outsider John Warren, who has pledged to bring an end the corruption as the next Governor of South Carolina, will meet with area voters at four convenient locations today. There is no charge for any of these events and tickets are not required.
Warren, who has been endorsed by both Catherine Templeton and Kevin Bryant who he defeated in the primary election on June 12, will first meet voters at 12:00 noon at The Warehouse restaurant at 104 Laurel Street in historic Conway.
Following an interview at WPDE Television near Coastal Carolina University, Warren travels to visit with residents and guests of Covenant Towers senior retirement community at 5001 Little River Road in downtown Myrtle Beach.
At 4pm, Warren will make his second campaign stop in Market Common at Peace, Love & Little Donuts, the popular community meeting spot located at 3020 Nevers Street.
John Warren, former Marine Captain who repeatedly led his Lima One troops into battle in Iraq at the height of the war in the Middle East, will meet other veterans at 6:00 p.m. at VFW Post 10420, which is located along the bypass in Murrells Inlet at 4359 US-17 … adjacent to Bellamy Drive and across from the Post Office.
Warren faces incumbent Henry McMaster in a runoff election on this Tuesday, June 26th.
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