SC Prosecutor Hosting Presidential Hopefuls for Faith Forum
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Presidential candidates from both parties have been invited to a discussion on faith issues in South Carolina, a week before the state’s first primary election.
The Conservative Leadership Project on Monday is announcing the 2016 Faith and Family Presidential Forum. The gathering planned for February 12 in Greenville comes a day before GOP presidential hopefuls gather there for a debate and just a week before South Carolina’s Republican primary.
Attorney General Alan Wilson is moderating the event, along with Oran Smith, president of Palmetto Family. The forum is being held in Founder’s Memorial Auditorium on the campus of Bob Jones University.
In conjunction with the nonprofit Conservative Leadership Project, Wilson has previously hosted a series of forums with GOP presidential contenders across South Carolina, focusing on legal issues.