Republican Senator & Tim Scott

Timothy Eugene Tim Scott (born September 19, 1965) is the U.S. Representative for . Elected in November 2010 to the 112th Congress, he is the first Republican African-American Representative from South Carolina since 1901. Scott is also one of the two members of the freshman class chosen to sit at the House Republican leadership table. 1.7/5

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Tim Scott voted in as Senator from South Carolina. I have followed him for a while. Intelligent, very articulate, and a true American. He is a Republican Senator voted in by 63% of Southern voters. And I will bet you my next paycheck that liberals will brand him an Uncle Tom.
I am appalled by the SC Democratic Party's insinuation that Lindsey Graham and Tim Scott are closeted homosexuals. How and when to come out is an intensely personal decision, which must be doubly difficult for a sitting Republican Senator from South Carolina, especially with a record of consistently opposing *** rights. Not all elected officials have the benefit of representing a liberal electorate like Barney Frank did. Shame on you, SC Dems!
Tim Scott will be only the 7th African-American US Senator EVER. First Republican one since 1979, and first from the South since 1881.
Congratulations to SC Tim Scott, the new black Republican senator replacing Jim DeMint. He's the second since Ed Brooke (R-MA). I
Tim Scott, beware of MSNBC they believe you are breaking the law by becoming an African American Senator as a Republican.
Just in: (AP) - South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley is announcing a replacement for U.S. Sen. Jim DeMint. Haley spokesman Rob Godfrey says Haley will make the announcement at noon Monday at the Statehouse. State law gives the Republican governor the authority to pick DeMint's successor. DeMint announced less than two weeks ago that he would resign Jan. 1 to take the helm of a national conservative think tank. Haley's appointee will fill the seat until 2014, when voters will choose who will fill the remaining two years of DeMint's term. Haley's five finalists are reportedly former first lady Jenny Sanford, U.S. Reps. Tim Scott and Trey Gowdy, former Attorney General Henry McMaster and state health agency director Catherine Templeton.
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