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Joshua Putnam for Secretary of State Makes Compassionate Transitional Speech

A wide variety of local voters, at the Horry County rally Monday night, told MyrtleBeachSC.com they do intend to support Joshua Putnam for Secretary of State

Joshua Putnam campaigned in Horry County this week as he runs for Secretary of State.  He is now a former S.C Representative, as he made a compassionate good-bye speech to the House floor today. He is resigning so that he can transition into his run for Secretary of State.

Putnam is running against incumbent Mark Hammond in the June 12th primary.

Putnam stood out Monday night, as well, when he addressed local Horry County voters at the HCGOP “Rock The Red” Rally.  Hammond was a no show for the event.

Until today, Putnam has been the Republican member of the South Carolina House of Representatives elected by the residents of District 10. The house seat encompasses  Anderson, Greenville and Pickens County.  He was first elected to the House of Representatives in the August 30, 2011, special election.

During our time with Putnam on Monday night and Tuesday afternoon at the Myrtle Beach Dunes Club women’s luncheon, it became clear that Putnam has the integrity lacking in many S.C. State politicians.

Please turn ON the volume to hear the below

Putnam made a charismatic and emotional speech today as he closed out his time in the S.C. Statehouse.

Readers can hear Putnam above as he speaks succinctly and efficiently  Monday night to local Horry County voters.  Putnam got right to the point in a speech that lasted just over 2 minutes. He was highly impactful and demonstrated a tremendous leadership gift.

A wide swath of local voters, at the rally, told MyrtleBeachSC.com they do intend to support Joshua Putnam for Secretary of State

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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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