WENDY NANNEY TO DISCUSS UPCOMING LEGISLATIVE SESSION
S.C. Rep. Wendy Nanney will address a meeting of the Greenville Tea Party next week. The fourth-term Upstate lawmaker will offer her thoughts on the upcoming 2016 legislative session – as well as some local issues (including the ongoing controversy surrounding the Greenville Health System).
Nanney was not in Columbia, S.C. for this year’s big vote on a gas tax increase, although she said she would not have supported the bill because the version that passed the House did not contain any offsetting tax relief.
We’ll be interested to hear her views on that issue in light of the latest developments …
Nanny has represented S.C. House District 22 in Greenville County since 2009. It’s located in the heart of one of the most conservative regions of the Palmetto State.
The Greenville Tea Party meeting will be held on Thursday, November 12 at 6:30 p.m. EST at Zen (924 South Main Street) in downtown Greenville, S.C. The public is invited and admission is free.
According to its release, the organization “advocates for constitutionally limited government, fiscal and personal responsibility, and free markets.” It does not endorse candidates, but instead “works to educate voters on issues that affect them, their families, and their liberty.”