COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - Republican presidential hopeful Scott Walker has rolled out a list of several dozen people helping organize his campaign in South Carolina.
On Wednesday, the Wisconsin governor announced a team of activists and leaders he says will help get things in order throughout the state.
State Rep. Ralph Norman is aiding Walker’s efforts in the Rock Hill area. And in the Upstate, Rep. Garry Smith of Simpsonville is helping lead the campaign.
Joanne Jones, who currently serves as 2nd vice chairwoman of the GOP in Charleston County, is marshalling efforts in the Lowcountry.
Allen Olson, a founder of the Columbia Tea Party, is working with the campaign in the Midlands region.
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