For Democrat James Smith to win the SC governor’s race against Republican incumbent Henry McMaster, he will need to win over coastal and Upstate voters, while running up the score in Charleston and Columbia.
Democrat James Smith released his first fall campaign ad in November’s race for S.C. governor. The ad highlights Smith’s combat service in Afghanistan. Smith is running against Republican incumbent Henry McMaster.
SC Gov. Henry McMaster says his metaphor comparing Democrats to dogs was a joke. And a SC Democratic congressional candidate disavowed comments by a state party leader calling Republicans “unpatriotic” and “Christian-less.”
Expect Republican SC Gov. Henry McMaster to position himself as the “jobs governor,” while Democrat James Smith plays up his moderate appeal, as fall campaigning kicks off before November’s general election.
A new election video from Democrat Sean Carrigan takes aim at 2nd District U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson, R-Lexington, for telling Sacha Baron Cohen’s comedy show that children should be able to carry guns in school.
Expect more political ads, tweets and videos to pop up in your Twitter and Facebook feeds as the candidates for S.C. governor beef up their social media in their race toward November’s general election.
The unusual, well-funded outside group is running ads against Texas Republican Pete Sessions and Delaware Democrat Tom Carper, while supporting North Carolina Republican Patrick McHenry and Missouri Democrat Claire McCaskill.