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Senator Campsen Authors one of the Strongest Election Reform Laws in the Nation

Senator Campsen Authors one of the Strongest Election Reform Laws in the Nation

July 19, 2022

People across South Carolina have much to celebrate with the Palmetto states’ successful primary election, the first conducted after Republicans and Democrats came together to pass comprehensive voting reform that has […]

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OPFOB: Supporting veterans through outdoor sports

OPFOB: Supporting veterans through outdoor sports

Charleston Mercury - June 3, 2022

You don’t need to be an outdoor enthusiast to know that nature offers a spiritual and therapeutic sanctuary from the stress of our worldly lives. For veterans and first responders, […]

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SEN. CHIP CAMPSEN’S ELECTIONS BILL BRINGS NEARLY 20 NEW REFORMS TO SOUTH CAROLINA ELECTIONS

SEN. CHIP CAMPSEN’S ELECTIONS BILL BRINGS NEARLY 20 NEW REFORMS TO SOUTH CAROLINA ELECTIONS

No state has passed as many election integrity reforms at once as South Carolina. Senate Bill 108, the election reform package recently passed by South Carolina’s General Assembly and signed into […]

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Editorial: Are you ready for some voting? It’s time to get started, South Carolina.

Editorial: Are you ready for some voting? It’s time to get started, South Carolina.

Post & Courier - May 31, 2022

Today is primary election day in South Carolina. So is tomorrow, and the day after, for eight of the next 10 days. Our first-ever, non-pandemic early voting period means voting […]

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Editorial: A promising step to preserve James Island’s history, beauty

Editorial: A promising step to preserve James Island’s history, beauty

Post & Courier - Jun 8, 2021

We owe a debt of gratitude to state Sen. Chip Campsen and other lawmakers who moved quickly to strike a deal to purchase the 23-acre waterfront property on James Island […]

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SC lawmakers make surprise bid to buy 23 waterfront acres on Charleston Harbor from nuns

SC lawmakers make surprise bid to buy 23 waterfront acres on Charleston Harbor from nuns

Post & Courier - Jun 3, 2021

“If we don’t acquire this, it will end up being developed pretty intensively. And God’s not making any more coastal real estate.” – Sen. Chip Campsen. COLUMBIA — South Carolina […]

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In the Arena: South Carolina Wildlife Partnership

In the Arena: South Carolina Wildlife Partnership

TRCP’s “In the Arena” series highlights the voices of hunters and anglers who, as Theodore Roosevelt so famously said, strive valiantly in the worthy cause of conservation. South Carolina Wildlife Partnership […]

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Riding the Wave of Culture, Conservation and COVID-19

Riding the Wave of Culture, Conservation and COVID-19

Charleston Mercury - Feb 1, 2021

Whether it’s setting legislative priorities, proposing a bipartisan bill or catching a wave, S.C. State Senator Campsen has what it takes. By Emily Havener Senator Chip Campsen is a perfect […]

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Commentary: Exceptional Leadership Has Stabilized Santee Cooper

Commentary: Exceptional Leadership Has Stabilized Santee Cooper

Post and Courier - January 29, 2021

I have no preconceived conclusions about the fate of Santee Cooper. Whether it should be sold, managed by a private utility or reformed and remain a public utility should be […]

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CCEF Names South Carolina 2020 Clean Energy Champions

CCEF Names South Carolina 2020 Clean Energy Champions

Oct 13, 2020

State and local leaders honored for commitment to clean energy future. October 13, 2020 – COLUMBIA, S.C. – Conservatives for a Clean Energy Future (CCEF), a national nonprofit focused on advancing […]

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