Kasich South Carolina Visits
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Through 3rd Quarter 2015
>Gov. John Kasich visited SC on September 25, 2015. In the morning, he spoke to African-American small business owners at the Greater Charleston Business Alliance//South Carolina African-American Chamber of Commerce annual meeting at Embassy Suites in North Charleston; at midday he did a town hall hosted by the Citadel Republican Society in Buyer Auditorium at The Citadel in Charleston; and in the evening he did a town hall at The Sea Pines Resort's Harbour Town Liberty Oak Pavilion in Hilton Head.
>Gov. John Kasich visited SC on August 17, 2015. At SC GOP headquarters in Columbia he officially filed to appear on the Republican preesidential primary ballot; and he participated in an Americans for Peace Prosperity and Security national security forum at the Myrtle Beach campus of the Horry Georgetown Technical College in Myrtle Beach.
>Following his announcement in Ohio and events in NH, Gov. John Kasich held a job discussion at Scout Boats in Summerville, SC on July 24, 2015. ...then to Iowa
>Gov. John Kasich visited SC on July 8, 2015. He spoke at a Beaufort County GOP meet and greet at Aunt Chiladas Restaurant at Hilton Head Island; and at a meet and greet in the Lake House Ballroom at Sun City North in Bluffton.
>Gov. John Kasich visited SC on June 15, 2015. He spoke at a York County Republican Party lunch meeting and policy discussion at Beef O'Brady's in Fort Mill; and attended a Sun City GOP reception at Sun City Carolina Lakes in Indian Land.
>Gov. John Kasich visited SC on May 27, 2015. He spoke at a Charleston Chamber of Commerce lunch at 4500 Leeds Ave. in North Charleston; did a port briefing and tour hosted by the South Carolina Ports Authority in Charleston; and hosted a meet and greet at the Liberty Tap Room & Grill in Mount Pleasant.
>Gov. John Kasich visited SC on April 17-18, 2015. At mid-day on April 17 he addressed the Upstate Chamber Coalition as part of its presidential series at the Spartanburg Marriott in Spartanburg; he did a roundtable and tour at Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) in Greenville; and attended a pre-convention BBQ hosted by the Spartanburg GOP at Village Greens Golf Club in Gramling. On the morning of April 18 he spoke at the Greenville County Republican biennial convention at TD Convention Center in Greenville. He then headed to NH for FITN.
>Gov. John Kasich visited Columbia, SC on February 18-19, 2015 in a trip organized by his 501(c)(4) Balanced Budget Forever. Early evening on February 18 he attended a reception hosted by the South Carolina House Republican Caucus at Hilton Columbia Center. On February 19 he and State Sen. Larry Grooms spoke to reporters at a news conference at the State House in support of a constitutional amendment requiring a balanced budget; and he had lunch at the Palmetto Pig Bar-B-Q restaurant.