Senator Tim Scott's Public Statements

Office: U.S. Senate (SC) - Jr, Republican
On The Ballot: Running, Republican for U.S. Senate
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9/21/16 Senators Launch Senate Opportunity Coalition 9/15/16 Scott Votes for Charleston Port Deepening, Other Water Projects Around South Carolina 9/08/16 Letter to the Hon. Barack Obama, President of the United States - Warning President Obama Against Bypassing Senate On Nuclear Testing 9/07/16 Letter to the Hon. John McCain, Mac Thornberry, Jack Reed, Adam Smith, Chairmen and Ranking Members, Congressional Armed Services Committees - Regarding Women Registering for Selective Service 6/29/16 Letter to the Honorable Mitch McConnell, Majority Leader, and The Honorable John Cornyn, Majority Whip - Urging Action on WRDA 5/22/15 Senators Scott and Manchin Launch Prescription Drug Abuse Caucus 3/03/15 Senator Scott Statement on Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu's Address to Congress 2/10/15 Senator Tim Scott Launches 2015 Community Office Hours Series 1/29/15 Senator Scott to Chair Banking Subcommittee 1/03/15 Senator Scott Statement on Passing of Former Senator Edward Brooke 12/16/14 Senator Tim Scott to Host Open House in Washington, DC on the First Day of the 114th Congress 12/12/14 Sen. Scott Joins Powerful Finance Committee, Banking Committee 12/03/14 Aiken Standard - Scott Makes History as He Is Sworn in to US Senate 1/24/14 The Grio - Tim Scott Convenes Panel of Past and Present Black Senators 1/24/14 National Journal - Tim Scott's Not Taking the Bait 11/21/13 Senator Scott Statement on Nuclear Option 10/03/13 Contract from America 8/06/13 Enzi, Barrasso Defend Legislative Prayer 6/03/13 Senator Tim Scott Remarks on the Passing of Senator Lautenberg 1/25/13 Senate Labor Committee Republicans Comment on Court Ruling that Obama Appointees to NLRB are Unconstitutional 5/25/12 Blog: Regulatory Review Caucus 4/11/11 Close-Knit, New to the House, and Resistant to Blending In

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