UNION COUNTY — The people of Union County will have an opportunity this Friday to meet and ask questions of the Republican candidate for the US House of Representatives Fifth District seat.
In a statement released Tuesday, the Union County Young Republicans announced that, together with the Union County Republican Party, they will host a meet and greet for GOP Fifth District nominee Ralph Norman on Friday, June 9 at 6:30 p.m. in the lobby of the USC Union Main Building at 401 E Main Street, Union.
The press release states the event will allow the public to meet and ask questions of Norman, a Rock Hill businessman and former member of the SC House of Representatives, who is running for the Fifth District seat in the June 20 special election.
The Fifth District seat has been vacant since Feb. 16 when then-Rep. Mick Mulvaney was confirmed by the US Senate as Director of the Office of Budget and Management.
The press release states that refreshments including BBQ will be provided during the meet and greet. Doors will open at 6 p.m. and the event will begin at 6:30 p.m.
As the nominee of the Republican Party, Norman is facing Democrat Archie Parnell, American Party candidate Josh Thornton, Green Party candidate David Kulma, and Libertarian Victor Kocher in the June 20 special election.