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Columbia, SC - Benjamin Franklin once said, “Nothing is certain except death and taxes.” But just as you can count on tax time happening each year, you can be certain there will be scammers trying to steal your personal information and tax refund.

This week, January 27...

September 30, 2019

Washington DC - The United States maintains the strongest military in the world. Our freedoms, our liberties, and the greatness of this country are secured by the brave men and women who sign up to serve. We must honor the sacrifices these men and women make when they...

Columbia, SC (Curtis Loftis) Chances are by now you’ve already scooped up just the right notebooks and pencils and helped select the perfect back-to-school clothes. You’ve made the effort because you want your child to be ready for success in the new school year.

No d...

Washington, D.C. - It is sad House Democrats are playing political chess and compromising widows who lost their loved ones in the line of duty. Normally, I work to remain positive in a climate of endless negative news. However, Democrats have crossed the line and you n...

Springdale, SC - It is an honor and a privilege to represent the servicemembers and veterans of South Carolina’s Second Congressional District this Memorial Day. The Midlands are known as the “The Most Military Friendly Community in America” which is something our comm...

March 26, 2019

Washington, DC -I am humbled and inspired to serve you in Congress. Above all, I want to make sure you and your family know that the office and I are here to serve you.

First it is important to know we have three office locations. The Aiken/Barnwell office at 1930 Unive...

February 22, 2019

Washington, DC - As we begin a new Congress, President Donald Trump is seizing on an unprecedented moment of opportunity. In his recent State of the Union address, the American peoples’ charge was heard loud and clear: choose greatness.

Those of you who watched the Sta...

January 23, 2019

Lexington County, SC (Paul Kirby) – As we continue enduring the longest government shutdown in history, Democratic Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi is doing her best not to negotiate with President Donald Trump regarding a border wall at all. Some major polls indicate...

Note: This was originally submitted to The Lexington Chronicle & Dispatch News and will run in their Nov. 15, 2018 issue. It was used with their permission

When SC Electric & Gas decided to abandon its nuclear construction project a year ago, we lost about 5,000 workers...

October 18, 2018

The teacher shortage has been identified as a problem. As a current classroom teacher I have shared some of the reasons teachers leave the field as well as why potential educators change their plans from becoming a teacher.

While there is no quick fix, I do believe ther...

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