There has been a lot of political maneuvering as we move into roughly a week until the Republican and Democratic primaries on June 14. Here are just some of the headlines:
Sherriff Steve Loftis picked up an endorsement from The Greenville News.
State Senate 6 challenger Williams Timmons has launched a series of television ads.
Another challenge in State Senate 6, Johnny Edwards has put out some slick Facebook ads.
The S.C. Good Government Committee has started radio ads calling our Lee Bright in State Senate Six.
District 22 Incumbent Wendy Nanney has been getting a ton of Columbia support including the House Republican Caucus putting out a mailer for her, and a ton of legislators doing endorsement videos on the State House steps for her.
Her challenger Jason Elliott has started radio ads as well as really stepped up the placement of yard signs. Of course, someone has been stealing Elliott yard signs from people’s yards as well.
In County Council district 21, Rick Roberts picked up the endorsement of a NextDoor group.
His opponent, Stacy Kuper, has been focusing on getting endorsements of people with long-standing District 21 ties.