Mike Huckabee files paperwork for South Carolina primary
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee has officially filed his paperwork for South Carolina’s presidential primary.
Huckabee said Tuesday during brief remarks at state Republican Party headquarters in Columbia that he has campaigned here more than any other GOP hopeful. Huckabee says he knows from experience that a slow and steady campaign will prevail over headline-grabbing statements made by some candidates.
Later, Huckabee was slated to make a stop at Sea Pro Boat Factory in Whitmire before a GOP town hall at the Newberry Opera House.
On Thursday, he is scheduled to have a breakfast meeting at Lizard’s Thicket in Lexington.