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RNC Chairman Michael Steele to visit South Carolina on “Fire Pelosi” bus tour

National Fire Pelosi Bus Tour
National Fire Pelosi Bus Tour
Republican National Committee

Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele will be in Columbia Friday as part of a national “Fire Pelosi” bus tour.

The rally will be held beginning at 1:30 p.m. At the University of South Carolina Campus Room in Capstone Hall: 915 Barnwell Street, Columbia, SC 29208. The rally is free and open to the public. The Columbia stop is part of four stops in South Carolina. Others stops will be Rock Hill, The College of Charleston, and the Charleston Victory office in North Charleston

The Fire Pelosi Bus will roll through all 48 states in the Continental U.S., making stops at RNC Victory Centers, State Party Headquarters, and other local events and sites. The mission of the bus tour is to get-out-the-vote for Republican candidates in key districts, energize supporters heading into the final days of the election, and bring the Republican message of fiscal responsibility and limited government directly to Main Street. The bus will be emblazoned with the simple phrase, “Need a Job? Fire Pelosi!”

“The RNC is excited to get out of Washington, DC and hit the campaign trail with our top-notch candidates and dedicated supporters,” said RNC Chairman Michael Steele. “Their ideas and energy are the reason that Republicans will take back control of the House and Senate and help lead our nation back to economic prosperity and fiscal responsibility. The next six weeks will be entirely devoted to firing Nancy Pelosi, standing up to the Democrat’s big-government agenda, and diving into the trenches to do the hard work of turning out the vote and winning races up and down the ballot.”

Steele will not be the only one accompanying the bus tour. The RNC says to expect local Republican candidates for office to be present as well.

In other news, ironically, radio and television talk show host Glenn Beck will be in the Up-State later in the evening at Clemson University’s Littlejohn Coliseum billed as a "fusion of entertainment and enlightenment." Doors to the coliseum will be open at 6p.m.

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    Charles Reynolds 4 years ago

    Darn, wish I had known about this last week.