McDonnell headlines “presidential town hall” in South Carolina
Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell is not running for president, in fact he hasn’t even endorsed a candidate for president, but this weekend the republican will be in a hotbed of political activity as he headlines a town hall in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
McDonnell will be the guest of Rep. Tim Scott. Scott has invited every single major republican candidates for president to his district to discuss the presidential race and in particular South Carolina’s role in the process. His last guest, was the race’s current front runner, Mitt Romney.
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“While Governor McDonnell is not currently a candidate for President, he will play a key role in the 2012 election and beyond.” Scott said. “He has a proven record of job creation and keeping taxes low in Virginia – a state the GOP must win in 2012. Our voters are eager to hear his views on the Presidential field, and on how we will defeat President Obama.”
McDonnell meanwhile heaped praise on Scott, a rising GOP star.
“Tim is a leading voice in the new wave of bold and innovative conservative leaders who are committed to getting our nation’s economy back on track and our fiscal house in order,” he said.
If you happen to be making a winter jaunt to the beach this weekend and would like to check out McDonnell on the stump, the details are below:
Rep. Tim Scott Presidential Town Hall:
5:30 pm at Celebrity Square at Broadway on the Beach
1325 Celebrity Circle in Myrtle Beach, SC.
Seating will begin at 4:30 pm, on a first-come, first-served basis.
For more info: www.timstownhalls.com