The Lexington County Republican Party (LCRP) held its monthly meeting on May 6th, drawing an overflow crowd of twenty-three candidates gearing up for the June 11 Primary. Following stump speeches from the candidates, the LCRP Executive Committee made endorsements in selected races. Chairman Mark Weber emphasized the party’s commitment toContinue Reading

Dean Widener, a dedicated Air Force veteran and former State Command Chief for the South Carolina Air National Guard, has officially declared his candidacy for the South Carolina House of Representatives, District 85. In challenging incumbent Jay Kilmartin for the seat, Widener aims to leverage his commitment to service inContinue Reading

The State Election Commission is reminding voters that the registration deadline for the Republican Presidential Primary is right around the corner. Voters must register by Thursday, January 25 to be eligible to vote in the Primary. Voting is set to commence in South Carolina for the nomination of presidential candidates for the upcoming 2024Continue Reading

Lexington Town Council candidate Will Allen landed influential endorsements from conservative legislators in Lexington County’s entire State House Freedom Caucus delegation as his momentum builds for this November’s elections in the Town of Lexington. State Reps Jay Kilmartin, RJ May, Ryan McCabe and Joe White all enthusiastically threw their supportContinue Reading

By Al Dozier At least two incumbents on the Lexington-Richland District 5 School Board have lost their seats in Tuesday’s elections, according to early reports on vote counts. In Richland County, incumbents Nikki Gardner and Tifani Moore lost their seats to newcomers Kevin Scully, a USDA employee, and S.C. BarContinue Reading