Congressman Joe Wilson hosted his annual legislative agenda press tour today in West Columbia, Aiken, North Augusta and Barnwell. Highlighting some accomplishments in 2021 and his focus for the new year, Congressman Wilson spoke about ideas to create jobs, generate economic growth, promote conservative solutions, combat inflation and safeguard ourContinue Reading

By Rep. Joe WilsonDecember 27, 2021 As we come to the end of 2021, it is important to reflect on the year’s accomplishments in Congress, while also acknowledging the challenges we face in welcoming the new year. Unfortunately, Biden and the Democrats remain in ‘leadership’ roles, and as a result,Continue Reading

Congressmen Joe Wilson and Seth Moulton issued a joint statement in support of Ukraine’s independence while condemning Russia’s aggressive behavior at their common border.  “Having returned from Ukraine last week, on a bipartisan delegation, we remain deeply concerned by Russia’s confrontational buildup of its military in and around the country.Continue Reading

House Reapportionment and Vaccine Mandates Redistricting Overview Over the past few months, we have been working to redraw the lines of the South Carolina House districts. Once a decade, the House is tasked with redrawing the lines to accommodate for population shifts as South Carolina continues to grow and change.Continue Reading

By W. Thomas Smith Jr. South Carolina Senator Thomas C. Alexander (R–District 1–Oconee and Pickens Counties) was sworn-in as president of the S.C. Senate, Dec. 6, following a Senate-members election in which he received enthusiastic support from both sides of the aisle. “Not surprising,” say colleagues and friends who haveContinue Reading

Mayor Barry A. Walker, Sr., and Councilman Bill Danielson helped to plant an olive tree in the Irmo Town Park as part of the annual Arbor Day Foundation Tree City USA planting ceremony. Public Works Director Whit Cline had the town designated as a member of Tree City USA backContinue Reading

By Al Dozier The Irmo Town Council Tuesday gave unanimous final approval to the purchase on nearly 10 acres of land adjacent to the Community Park, nearly doubling the size of the popular site on Eastview Drive It didn’t come cheap. The purchase price was $450,000, plus $5,000 in closingContinue Reading

The Town of Irmo welcomed Councilman Bill Danielson and Dr. Barb Waldman to council chambers to serve their terms on Tuesday, December 7. Danielson was elected to the council in 2019 to fill the seat vacated by Barry A. Walker Sr. after he was elected mayor. Danielson was the topContinue Reading

Congressman Joe Wilson issued the following statement: “I was saddened to hear of the passing of former Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole today. “A great American hero and statesman, Bob Dole gallantly served his country in the Second World War, where he was severely wounded trying to help a comradeContinue Reading

This is an announcement of an upcoming opening on the Irmo Zoning Board of Appeals at the end of November 2021. The ZBA meets as needed when a variance request has been submitted to the Town of Irmo. If necessary, the meeting will be held on the third Monday ofContinue Reading

Notes Russia’s own constitution permits only two consecutive terms Washington, D.C. – Congressman Joe Wilson (R-SC-02), Ranking Member of the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, better known as the HelsinkiCommission, along with Co-Chairman Steve Cohen (D-TN-09), introduced a Congressional Resolution to end recognition of Vladimir Putin as president ofContinue Reading