Friends,

Thank you. Thank you to my family for all your support. Thank you to my staff and the folks of the Republican Party for all your hard work. Thank you to the people of the 7th district of SC for your trust in me. It is the honor of my life to represent you. Wrenzie and I love South Carolina. We will fight for you every day, and I am looking forward to all we will accomplishment.

October Jobs Report

October Jobs Report is better than expected! 

638,000 jobs were added and unemployment is down to 6.9%. 

Republicans’ pro-growth policies work for the American people.

More details here.

Alzheimers Disease Awareness

Too often we see diseases like cancer and Alzheimer's take the lives of our loved ones. November is Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month, an important opportunity to shine a light on those impacted by this terrible disease and look to ways we can improve outcomes. With over five million Americans and 92,000 South Carolinians currently living with Alzheimer’s, we must ensure that those battling this debilitating disease have access to a comprehensive care plan. That is why I am proud to co-sponsor the HOPE for Alzheimer's Act and the BOLD (Building Our Largest Dementia) Infrastructure for Alzheimer's Act.

This legislation builds on our efforts to implement effective Alzheimer’s interventions focused on early detection and diagnosis, as well as preventing avoidable hospitalization. I am proud to support the Alzheimer’s community and will continue my work to help people overcome this terrible disease.

Veterans History Project

This month is the 20th anniversary of the Veterans History Project. Many veterans share stories of their service with friends and family, but too often these stories are not recorded in a permanent way. It is important that future generations understand the selfless sacrifice made by military veterans and I want to help preserve their experiences by working with the Library of Congress Veterans History Project. The Veterans History Project is an effort to collect, preserve, and make accessible the experiences of American war veterans by recording their personal narratives and archiving them for future use. You can learn more about this initiative by clicking the following link: https://www.loc.gov/vets/. If you are interested in participating in the Veterans History Project, please contact my Grand Strand Office.

More details here.