CHARLESTON, SC – Senator Tim Scott is set to make a return to New Hampshire, where he will headline Ambassador Scott Brown’s Backyard BBQ on Thursday, September 7. His visit to the Granite State continues on Friday, September 8, with a packed schedule aimed at engaging voters and highlighting key policy initiatives.
On Friday, Senator Scott will visit the Polaris Charter School in Manchester to promote his ‘Empower Parents Plan’, which focuses on education and parental involvement. He will also meet with faith leaders to discuss the intersection of faith and governance, underlining his commitment to values that resonate with many voters in Iowa and New Hampshire.
In addition, Senator Scott is scheduled to attend a meet and greet with the NH Home Builders Association, addressing issues related to housing and property rights. The day will culminate in a town hall event in Meredith, offering voters an opportunity to directly interact with the senator and discuss their concerns.
Tim Scott Event Details Sep 7-8:
Tim Scott To Headline Scott Brown’s Backyard BBQ In New Hampshire
Thursday, September 7, 2023, 5:30 PM ET
Tim Scott To Visit Polaris Charter School in Manchester, NH
Friday, September 8, 2023, 10:00 AM ET
Tim Scott To Attend Meet and Greet with NH Home Builders
Friday, September 8, 2023, 4:00 PM ET
Tim Scott To Host Town Hall In Meredith, NH
Friday, September 8, 5:30 PM ET
In a recent interview with Newsmax, Senator Scott, expressed optimism about the potential for a “red wave” that could see Republicans take control of both the House and the Senate in the upcoming elections. He emphasized his focus on addressing the concerns of the American people, particularly those in Iowa and New Hampshire.
"Being in the Granite State a few days ago, coming back today and tomorrow, I'm looking forward to delivering my message about why America can do for anyone what she's done for me," Senator Scott stated.
The senator’s campaign message centers on themes of restoring hope, creating opportunities, and protecting the values that Americans hold dear. He has been vocal about his commitment to law enforcement, pledging to “back the blue,” and addressing border security issues, citing concerns over the significant number of deaths attributed to border-related problems.
While Senator Scott remains optimistic about his campaign, he expressed a disinterest in closely monitoring polls, saying, “I don’t have the time to watch the polls [but] I have lots of time to talk to people, and that’s how we win this campaign.”
A spokesperson for Senator Scott reiterated the message’s resonance with voters in Iowa and New Hampshire, stating, “Tim Scott’s optimistic, positive message continues to resonate with Iowa and New Hampshire voters who are focused on issues impacting their families.”
Senator Tim Scott’s visit to New Hampshire reflects his commitment to engaging with voters directly, discussing key issues, and outlining his vision for the future of the country. As he addresses the concerns of voters in these critical states, the senator aims to build support for his presidential campaign by focusing on the issues that matter most to Americans.