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,
By Rep. Joe WilsonOctober 28, 2021 I have long been focused on the state of our economy and how it affects our families, including several speeches made in recent weeks on the floor of Congress, and visits to small businesses. Unfortunately, the current status of the country is in particularly
Irmo’s mayor, Barry Walker has publicly endorsed two candidates running for the two open seats on the town council. incumbent Bill Danielson and Dr. Barb Waldman. In a recent interview with the mayor, Walker said, “Danielson and I have on many occasions agreed on town matters and on some occasions
In the October 21, 2021 edition of the New Irmo News there was a front-page article entitled “Candidates snub Chamber forum”. That article states that I did not respond to the invitation extended by Kerry Powers, CEO of the Greater Irmo Chamber of Commerce, by the deadline. That is incorrect. I did respond
1. Haley knows that our district has spent millions building a new high school will low enrollment and buying properties we don’t need, while our older schools need millions in repairs. Her opponent is supported by the leaders and developers who made those decisions. (See “Fiscal Responsibility” at https://www.haleygriggsford5.com/issues 2.
The Richland County Election Commission has released updated polling location information regarding the special election for a vacant seat on the Lexington-Richland School District Five School Board. Precincts are in Irmo and Chapin areas. Check Vote411.org for candidate information, your voting status, and polling location. The following precincts and polling places will be