Scott Campaign Press Release - Tim Scott Unveils 'Empower Parents Plan,' Draws Huge Crowds Across South Carolina
"Parents are the most important part of a child's education." - Tim Scott
CHARLESTON, SC - Tim Scott kicked off this week with a series of town halls across South Carolina that each drew hundreds of voters. Scott's statewide swing included stops in Charleston, Lexington, and Greenville before he spoke at Jeff Duncan's 12th Annual Faith and Freedom BBQ in Anderson.
During the events, Tim rolled out his new 'Empower Parents Plan,' which outlines key policy points to defend America's children, empower parents, and protect kids online.
Tim will continue to share his 'Empower Parents Plan' in Iowa this week alongside Congressman Randy Feenstra and Congresswoman Mariannette Miller-Meeks.
Tim joins Moms for Liberty in Downtown Charleston
Tim addresses supporters, homeschool leaders in Lexington and Greenville
Thousands hear from Tim at Jeff Duncan's Annual BBQ
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WCBD: "Scott laid out his vision for "restoring hope and creating opportunities" in front of a packed crowd of supporters at Trinity Hall."
WACH Fox 57: "South Carolina's own Tim Scott making his pitch to voters saying he wants to give power back to the people, more specifically, parents."
"Tim Scott's a man of strength, and his strength doesn't come from having a loud mouth. It comes from his integrity and his character in ways demonstrated already that he can do in office" said one Lexington voter.
WCIV: "Senator Scott took every opportunity he could to stop, meet, and speak with almost everyone he encountered when he entered the room... taking in the 'family culture' that was very much on display."
Fox Carolina: "Senator Scott talked about the importance of education, not just in South Carolina, but across the entire country."
Tim Scott, Scott Campaign Press Release - Tim Scott Unveils 'Empower Parents Plan,' Draws Huge Crowds Across South Carolina Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/node/364735