June 25, 2018

Dear Friend, 

The Upstate has a choice tomorrow.

We can send a principled leader in the mold of Trey Gowdy or Jim DeMint to Congress who will unite our people with a common vision, or we can go backwards.

I happen to believe going backwards poses a great threat to our...

U.S. Senator Marco Rubio announced Tuesday he is endorsing state Sen. William Timmons of Greenville for the 4th Congressional District Republican primary.

Rubio, a Florida Republican who Timmons met during Rubio's 2016 run for the presidency, called Timmons "a good frie...

April 20, 2018

William Timmons, a successful local businessman and former prosecutor running for U.S. Congress, is airing his first television advertisement today.  Timmons’ new television ad details his conservative message of reform in Washington, D.C. and features his strong suppo...

In the most crowded congressional race in South Carolina, a pecking order has emerged in the latest fundraising figures.

State Sen. William Timmons, R-Greenville, had the most cash on hand in the race to succeed U.S. Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-Spartanburg, in the 4th District....

South Carolina senators used the state's $8 billion budget Thursday to give new life to two stalled bills that define anti-Semitism and require the state to certify local governments are enforcing federal immigration laws and not creating so-called sanctuary cities. 

In...

S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster scored a victory Thursday when the state Senate resurrected his proposed ban on sanctuary cities and passed it along with the state budget.

The ban would require S.C. cities and counties to prove to the State Law Enforcement Division each year t...

A proposal to bring back the electric chair for South Carolina’s death row executions has cleared a key hurdle, passing the state Senate Tuesday by a 26-12 vote that split mostly along party lines.

The bill now heads to the faster-moving House, having survived a lengthy...

Death row inmates would have to die by electrocution if lethal injection drugs aren't available under legislation approved Tuesday by the Senate. 

Currently, inmates sentenced to death have a choice. But if a prisoner doesn't want to die on the electric chair, the state...

The state Senate on Tuesday rejected a proposal to include firing squads as a means of execution but gave key approval to a bill to require the use of the electric chair if lethal injection is not available.

The electric-chair bill was proposed by Sen. William Timmons o...

A proposal to settle the dispute between Greenville Health System and some Greenville County political leaders calls for increasing the amount of money the hospital is spending on community health programs by $20 million.

GHS is already spending $80 million through its...

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