The South Carolina Congressman endorsed the congressional candidate in the Republican primary for Mick Mulvaney’s old seat.
Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC), in an ad from the Chamber of Commerce, backed Republican congressional candidate Tommy Pope to replace Mick Mulvaney in South Carolina’s Fifth Congressional District.
“I’m asking you to join me in supporting Tommy Pope for Congress,” Gowdy said.
“I know he’ll fight to defend free enterprise, lower taxes, and create good, high-paying jobs,” he added.
Gowdy said that voters would be “glad” if they voted for Pope.
Pope will face off against Ralph Norman in the primary runoff on May 16. The winner of that contest will go up against Democrat Archie Parnell.
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