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SC Governor Press 16h
Governor Henry McMaster and FEMA Director Brock Long will hold a media briefing tomorrow, Wednesday, September 26 at 10:30 AM. They will discuss recovery efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence and the ensuing flooding event.
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SC Governor Press 17h
Chesterfield County Residents Eligible for FEMA Individual Assistance Program
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SC Governor Press Sep 24
Disaster Unemployment Assistance Available for Four Counties Affected by Hurricane Florence
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Gov. Henry McMaster Sep 24
As the people of the Pee Dee continue to experience historic flooding this week, please take a moment to watch this and consider making a donation at . 100% of your donation will go towards relief efforts.
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Gov. Henry McMaster Sep 23
It was a great day to enjoy the ! Thank you for the good food and fellowship.
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Gov. Henry McMaster Sep 22
Replying to @henrymcmaster
Every asset in the state is being directed towards this region as they are bracing for and experiencing historic flooding. If you and your family would like to help victims of Florence please visit to make a donation; 100% goes towards relief efforts.
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Gov. Henry McMaster Sep 22
Today I toured Nichols with Mayor Lawson Battle, Sen. Kent Williams, and other local officials. The town, devastated by Matthew, has flooded even worse from Florence. Please remember them and the rest of the Pee Dee in your prayers as they continue to suffer from this storm.
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Gov. Henry McMaster Sep 22
Thank you to all the executive committee members who gathered today in preparation for the final stretch. 45 days to Victory!
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SC Governor Press Sep 21
South Carolina Approved for $8 million of Federal Highway Administration “Quick Release” Emergency Funds
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SC Governor Press Sep 21
Four South Carolina Counties Approved for Individual Assistance Program | Dillon, Horry, Marion, and Marlboro Individual Assistance Eligibility Added to S.C. Disaster Declaration
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SCEMD Sep 21
I know we sound redundant, but it bears repeating: Turn around, don't drown!
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Gov. Henry McMaster Sep 21
This is the worst of times for many of our friends and families in the Pee Dee, so it's always wonderful when people and companies like come forward to help. Thank you for your generous $500,000 donation to the .
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SCEMD Sep 21
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SC Governor Press Sep 20
Gov. Henry McMaster Pens Letter to S.C. Congressional Delegation, Requests Federal Support for Hurricane Florence Recovery
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SCEMD Sep 20
Rivers in the Pee Dee region are expected to rise through the weekend. Please don't become a victim.
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Gov. Henry McMaster Sep 20
Replying to @henrymcmaster
Thank you also for the assistance your administration has offered throughout the storm and their commitment to ongoing support as we continue to deal with the second phase of it. (2/2)
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Gov. Henry McMaster Sep 20
Thank you President Trump for coming to South Carolina to see the impact of Hurricane Florence and to talk with some of those most affected. (1/2)
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SC Governor Press Sep 19
Gov. Henry McMaster Suspends Fifth Circuit Solicitor Dan Johnson | Governor Appoints S.C. Deputy Attorney General to Serve as Solicitor
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SCEMD Sep 18
Replying to @ChefMikeNoble
President Trump declared that a major disaster exists in SC and approved federal reimbursement through FEMA for emergency, life-safety actions during Hurricane Florence. Please call our PIPS line at 1-866-246-0133. Let us know how we can help you.
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Gov. Henry McMaster retweeted
Columbia Relief Sep 16
The following locations will be open tomorrow and accepting donations through this weekend. We especially need: ⚠️Cleaning supplies 🧦Clean clothes (new or used) 🚿Personal hygiene items 🥫Nonperishable food 💧Bottled water Check out all of our sites at
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