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Mike Pence

  • March 7, 2023 — A look at former Vice President Mike Pence's ninth visit to South Carolina since leaving office and what he spoke about with law enforcement leaders in the Lowcountry; the latest news out of the state legislature; details on the $2 billion economic development announcement by Scout Motors for a facility in the Midlands; and more.
  • Former Vice President Mike Pence isn't saying whether he'd back Donald Trump if Trump were to be the Republican presidential nominee in 2024. Pence is widely expected to seek the nomination himself, and he's suggesting that Trump's leadership style isn't what the Republican Party needs in the upcoming White House race. Pence says in an Associated Press interview that he thinks "we'll have better choices." He also say he'll make a decision "by this spring" about whether he'll be running.
  • The executive director of former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley's political action committee is leaving to help run PAC efforts for former Vice President Mike Pence, a defection that comes as both former Trump administration officials consider 2024 Republican presidential bids.
  • This edition of the South Carolina Lede for May 1, 2021, features: Joe Cunningham's first campaign stop in his run for South Carolina's governor in the 2022 election; Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) delivers the GOP response to President Joe Biden's speech to Congress this week; Mike Pence teases a 2024 presidential run at his first public appearance since leaving office this week in South Carolina; and much more.
  • Former Vice President Mike Pence, positioning himself for a possible return to elected office, told an audience in early-voting South Carolina that he will spend the coming months “pushing back on the liberal agenda” he says is wrong for the country.