The 15-event tour, set to start at 7:15 a.m. on Monday, March 22, and end on Tuesday, March 23, will include a stop at the Union County Sheriff’s Office at 4:30 a.m. Tuesday. The tour is designed to allow Bauer to make his announcement in cities and towns across the state as he shares his message with South Carolinians about the future of the state.
“I look forward to sharing my vision for the state during the 24-hour long tour and the days thereafter leading up to the primary,” Bauer said. “I want to use this tour to meet the factory worker leaving his shift, the waitress at the diner who works two jobs to feed her children, the brave men and women who put their lives on the line every day to keep us safe and so many more South Carolinians who are facing challenging times.”
“I want to hear what’s on the minds of all South Carolinians and discuss the direction we want to move our state over the next four years,” he continued. “Nobody — and I mean nobody — will work harder than me when it comes to bringing jobs to our state and reforming the way government does business in South Carolina.”
Bauer has been lieutenant governor for the past eight years and previously served in the S.C. House and Senate.