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State Executive Committee Minutes*
September 26, 2013 Minutes
2013 Third Quarter Minutes
2013 Second Quarter Minutes
2013 First Quarter Minutes
2012 Fourth Quarter Minutes
September 20, 2012 Minutes
2012 Third Quarter Minutes
July 17, 2012 Minutes
2012 Second Quarter Minutes
2012 First Quarter Minutes
2011 Fourth Quarter Minutes
2011 Third Quarter Minutes
2011 Second Quarter Minutes
*Minutes are only for information purposes and may not be the final minutes of the committee until they are confirmed at the subsequent meeting of the South Carolina Republican Party State Executive Committee
2013 Resolutions Passed by the State Executive Committee
September 26, 2013 – Resolution regarding ObamaCare
August 24, 2013 – Resolution on bias in Media (CNN/NBC Hillary Clinton films)
August 24, 2013 – Proclamation honoring service of former Chairman Chad Connelly
2012 Resolutions Passed by the State Executive Committee
August 18, 2012 – Regarding State Employee Healthcare Benefits
July 17, 2012 – Supporting Chairman Chad Connelly and the Rule of Law
July 17, 2012 – Rule 7(d)(5) Waiver for Officers/Delegates who support Petition Candidates
Resolutions Passed by the State Convention on May 19, 2012
Opposing National Popular Vote Compact
Supporting Election Law Reform Efforts
Supporting Reinstatement of the Mexico City policy
Supporting Repeal of Obamacare; Repeal and Replacement with Free Market Solutions
2011 Resolutions Passed by the State Executive Committee
August 27, 2011 – National Delegate Selection Resolution
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The South Carolina Republican Creed
I do not choose to be a common man. It is my right to be uncommon.
If I can seek opportunity, not security, I want to take the calculated risk to dream and build, to fail and to succeed. I refused to barter incentive for dole.
I prefer the challenges of life to guaranteed security, the thrill of fulfillment to the state of calm utopia.
I will not trade freedom for beneficence, nor my dignity for a handout.
I will never cower before any master, save my God.
It is my heritage to stand erect, proud and unafraid. To think and act for myself, enjoy the benefit of my creations; to face the whole world boldly and say, “I am a free American.”