Senator Lindsey Graham was booed last weekend when he encouraged a group of Republican supporters he was speaking with to think about getting the COVID-19 vaccine.
Activists in the Midlands joined a nationwide effort to call on lawmakers to pass the “For the People Act” before their upcoming recess.
By Meg Kinnard
As he recovers from a breakthrough infection of the coronavirus, Sen. Lindsey Graham said Thursday that he has urged former President Donald Trump to press his supporters to get the COVID-19 vaccine, which the South Carolina Republican called “the antidote to the virus that’s wreaking havoc on our hospitals.”
Senator Lindsey Graham says he tested positive for COVID-19. The United States senator from South Carolina was vaccinated for COVID-19 back in December, but says he started experiencing flu-like symptoms on Saturday night.
U.S. Senator from South Carolina Lindsey Graham responded to President Biden’s decision to withdrawal all troops from Afghanistan.
SC Small Business Chamber of Commerce calling on U.S. senators to help get local businesses back on track
Today, the South Carolina Small Business Chamber of Commerce urged South Carolina’s U.S. senators to support bi-partisan legislation that gets people back to work.
The families of several victims of police violence, including George Floyd’s family, had a meeting with U.S. Senators Lindsey Graham and Tim Scott of South Carolina Thursday afternoon. Those families say they were discussing negotiations over legislation related to police reform.
At the Statehouse Tuesday, Senator Lindsey Graham and Governor Henry McMaster held a joint news conference to speak out against H.R. 1. The bill has passed the House and is now headed to the Senate.
Senator Lindsey Graham visited the Arizona border Friday, and says he does not agree with President Biden’s new proposed immigration bill. This bill offers a path to citizenship for most of the 11 million undocumented immigrants, including DREAMers.
Senator Lindsey Graham says he will attend Joe Biden’s inauguration. The South Carolina congressman held a Zoom call with ABC Columbia News Friday.