Lexington County Councilwoman Charli Wessinger has endorsed Republican Catherine Huddle in the race for the S.C. House District 85 seat. Wessinger, a Republican, said Huddle’s fiscal conservatism and financial background make her the best choice to serve Irmo-Chapin taxpayers. “I am excited to support Catherine Huddle to represent me andContinue Reading

State Rep. RJ May endorses Kilmartin A capacity crowd packed into Alodia’s Cucina Italiana of Irmo to kickoff Conservative Republican Businessman Jay Kilmartin’s campaign for State House District 85 to replace retiring Rep. Chip Huggins. The event took place on Monday night, May 9th. Kilmartin was introduced by his wifeContinue Reading

Christian Stegmaier has entered the 4-way race to replace Chip Huggins in House District 85. Stegmaier is a lifelong resident of the Irmo-Chapin area. His campaign is focused on the real issues that affect the everyday lives of citizens living in Irmo and Chapin. Specifically, Stegmaier’s platform is focused on:Continue Reading

Conservative Candidate for State House Proposes Action to Safeguard SC Ballots Rebecca Blackburn Hines, Republican candidate for South Carolina House District 85, announced her new proposal to finally secure Palmetto State elections. She is also proposing voter registration by political party. “South Carolinians are demanding that their elections be bothContinue Reading

Local small businesses have chosen their candidate for the open seat in State House District 85 covering Chapin and Irmo in Lexington County in the June 14th Republican Primary. Those businesses have endorsed Conservative Republican businessman Jay Kilmartin. The endorsements launched the Small Business Coalition for Kilmartin. “I am thankfulContinue Reading

Saying her financial background and pro-taxpayer views make her the best choice to represent the Irmo-Chapin community, Republican Catherine Huddle has thrown her hat in the ring for the area’s State House seat. Huddle, a member of the School Board, will be running in the June 14 Republican primary to succeedContinue Reading

Representative Nathan Ballentine – District 71 Richland – filed for re-election on March 16. Ballentine was elected to the House of Representatives in 2005 defeating the 16-year incumbent, Rick Quinn, who was currently serving as the House Majority Leader.    Ballentine currently serves on the Ways and Means Committee andContinue Reading