How Rep. James Clyburn, a South Carolina icon, helped Biden score his big comeback

By |2020-04-11T01:40:05-04:00April 11th, 2020|News|

Deborah Barfield Berry and Ledyard King - USA TODAY WASHINGTON – Taking the stage after his landslide victory in South Carolina, Joe Biden hugged his longtime friend Rep. James Clyburn, who gave the former vice president a coveted endorsement three days before the state's primary. "You brought me back," a beaming Biden told Clyburn, the

Jim Clyburn’s World Famous Fish Fry

By |2020-04-11T01:49:13-04:00May 17th, 2019|News|

It’s time again for the event columnist Roger Simon described as “one of those all-too-rare, feel-good evenings in politics,” and this year it’s bigger than ever. “Jim Clyburn’s World Famous Fish Fry” will be held on Friday, June 21st during the 2019 South Carolina Democratic Weekend in Columbia, S.C., and it will be a

Sumter Item: Clyburn speaks at USC Sumter’s OSP Awards Night

By |2019-05-17T00:15:19-04:00April 30th, 2019|News|

House Majority Whip James E. Clyburn, a Sumter native, served as guest speaker at the sixth-annual awards night of the Opportunity Scholars Program at the University of South Carolina Sumter on Tuesday. More than 70 OSP students were recognized for their academic achievements and 44 students for receiving their associate degree. Other awards included the

The Times and Democrat: Clyburn pushing for rural broadband; congressman wants internet in infrastructure bill

By |2019-05-17T00:15:58-04:00April 27th, 2019|News|

Congressman Jim Clyburn said he has become highly passionate about taking broadband to rural South Carolina. “I am going to be as strong of an advocate for broadband being a big part of the next infrastructure package as I have ever been for anything in my life because I am convinced that that’s going to

A massive new study reveals evidence on whether or not campaign persuasion tactics work.

By |2020-04-11T01:50:58-04:00June 18th, 2018|News|

In general elections, campaigns’ attempts to win swing voters appear to not work at all. By Dylan Sep 28, 2017, 8:00am EDT All the outreach activity by political campaigns, including door to door canvassing, phone banking, direct mail, and even advertising, has basically no effect on voters’ choice of candidate in general elections, according

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