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After decades of globalist betrayals that gutted America’s manufacturers, President Trump stood up for workers in the Palmetto State, creating nearly 20,000 South Carolina manufacturing jobs in just 3 years.

President Trump delivered nearly $140 million dollars to make Charleston the deepest water port on the East Coast.

From 2017 to 2019 real median household income in South Carolina increased $5,457, the highest level on record.

President Trump withdrew from the job-killing Trans-Pacific Partnership and replaced the disastrous NAFTA deal with the historic USMCA trade agreement that contributed to an economic boom in South Carolina.

President Trump’s historic Tax Cuts and Jobs Act provided record-setting tax relief for the middle class, doubled the child tax credit, and slashed job-killing regulations. The Act also established 135 Opportunity Zones in South Carolina that encourage long-term private investments in low-income areas.

President Trump oversaw record low unemployment for African Americans, Hispanic Americans, Asian Americans, and women. Unemployment in South Carolina remained below 3% for the first three years of President Trump’s Administration.

Joe Biden’s failed leadership has caused electricity rates in South Carolina to be among the highest in the nation. President Trump’s America First energy policies resulted in low energy costs for South Carolina families.

The Trump Administration invested $37 million in USDA funds to help lower energy costs for rural South Carolina farmers.

President Trump invested more in rural South Carolina roads in three years than the entire eight years of the Obama/Biden White House.

South Carolina tourism reached an industry record of $23.8 billion under the Trump Administration thanks to a record economy, energy independence and gas prices under $2.00/gallon.

President Trump appointed five conservative federal judges from South Carolina.