Huckabee-Organization, South Carolina
revised November 19, 2008
ELECTION COMMITTEE, INC. (Sept.
HUCKABEE FOR PRESIDENT
EXPLORATORY COMMITTEE (formed Jan. 29, 2007)
FOR AMERICA PAC (2006 cycle)
(announced Feb. 12, 2007)
||former South Carolina First
(announced Feb. 12,
In June 2006, Campbell won a three-way primary for Lieutenant Governor
of South Carolina by 8%, before narrowly losing in a run-off two weeks
later to the incumbent. Businessman. Founded, in 2003, and
is president and CEO of Palmetto International, LLC, which represents
secures projects for companies to participate in the reconstruction
in Iraq. Founded, in 2002, and president and CEO of the Crescent
Group Inc., a business development-consulting firm specializing in
relations. Co-owned a successful chain of 19 Wendy’s fast food
located throughout South Carolina. Director for business
and governmental affairs at Quovadx. Co-founding shareholder in
Corporation. Vice president of marketing and business development
for Banc Plus Corporation. Worked in the hospitality
Experience on many South Carolina campaigns; volunteered on Ronald
campaign in 1980 at age 12. Youngest son of former Gov. Caroll A
Former Gov. Beasley and his wife,
former First Lady Mary Wood Beasley, endorsed Huckabee in May 2007.
Huckabee describes him as campaign
manager in his book Do the Right
|former Gov. David Beasley
Grassroots coordinator of
for Prosperity-South Carolina the state chapter launched Aug. 31, 2006
with Mike Campbell as director). Political director on Mike
2006 primary campaign for lieutenant governor. Political director
on State Sen. Russ Potts 2005 gubernatorial campaign in Virginia.
Graduate of the University of South Carolina, and active in the College
Lieutenant Governor Andre Bauer (Jan.
Republican Sportshooters Association
Mill, SC) - Wayne Wilkinson, President (Nov. 26,
U.S. Congressman Bob Inglis (R-SC) (Nov.
21, 2007) Initially elected to represent the Fourth District of South
(Greenville, Spartanburg, Union, and part of Laurens County) in 1993,
stepped down to run for the U.S. Senate in 1998. Elected to
again in 2004 and re-elected in 2006. Graduate of Duke University
and the University of Virginia School of Law.
(Oct. 28, 2007)
- State Senator David Thomas (District
8; part of Greenville County).
- State Senator Danny Verdin (District
9; parts of Greenville and Laurens Counties).
- State Representative Liston Barfield
(District 58; part of Horry County).
- State Representative Glenn Hamilton
(District 20; part of Greenville County).
- State Representative Keith Kelly
35, part of Spartanburg County).
- State Representative Rex Rice (District
26, parts of Greenville and Pickens Counties).
- Former State Representative Warren
- currently Chairman of the Darlington County Republican Party.
- Dr. George Graham, former Chairman of
the South Carolina Republican Party (Spartanburg)
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