The Lowcountry is McMaster Country

June 18, 2018

SPARTANBURG – This afternoon, a group of 35 conservative Lowcountry leaders and elected officials stood behind Governor Henry McMaster to give their endorsement for re-election. This comprehensive coalition reflects the strong working relationship the governor has with the Lowcountry and his understanding of how to lead the Team to keep South Carolina winning.

McMaster for Governor Tri-County Leaders Coalition

Councilman George Bailey, Dorchester County
Rep. Lin Bennett, Charleston & Dorchester Counties
Coroner Paul Brouthers, Dorchester County
Council Chairman Jay Byars, Dorchester County
Sen. Paul Campbell, Berkeley, Charleston & Dorchester Counties
Sen. Chip Campsen, Beaufort, Charleston & Colleton Counties
Sheriff Al Cannon, Charleston County
Mayor Jimmy Carroll, Isle of Palms
Former Rep. and State Treasurer Converse Chellis, Dorchester County
Councilman David Chinnis, Dorchester County
Treasurer Cindy Chitty, Dorchester County
Former Mayor Bill Collins, Summerville
Former U.S. Attorney Bart Daniel
Clerk of Court Cheryl Graham, Dorchester County
Sen. Larry Grooms, Berkeley & Charleston Counties
Mayor Will Haynie, Mount Pleasant
School Board Member Kevin Hollinshead, Charleston County
Former Rep. Jenny Horne, Dorchester County
Sheriff L.C. Knight, Dorchester County
Sheriff S. Duane Lewis, Berkeley County
Former SCDOT Secretary Buck Limehouse
Charleston State Infrastructure Bank Member Chip Limehouse
Rep. Nancy Mace, Berkeley & Charleston Counties
Rep. Peter McCoy, Charleston County
Auditor JJ Messervy, Dorchester County
Rep. Chris Murphy, Dorchester County
Council Vice-Chairman Herb Sass, Charleston County
Sen. Sandy Senn, Charleston & Dorchester Counties
Rep. Mike Sottile, Charleston County
Councilman Elliott Summey, Charleston County
Mayor Keith Summey, North Charleston
Former Senator Paul Thurmond, Charleston County
Councilman Josh Whitley, Berkeley County
Solicitor Scarlett Wilson, Charleston and Berkeley Counties


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