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Sen. Graham meets with local leaders
Holds roundtable discussion on needs in Kershaw County communities
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South Carolina U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham (third from left) listens to a question during a roundtable discussion he led at the historic Robert Mills Courthouse in downtown Camden on Tuesday afternoon. Afterward, Graham said he would try to help the county and its municipalities with issues concerning the construction of the new Central Carolina Technical College campus near I-20 and grants to help fund local programs. Listening with Graham are (from left) Camden City Councilman Jeffery Graham, Camden Mayor Alfred Mae Drakeford and Kershaw County Council Chairman Julian Burns. - photo by Martin L. Cahn
South Carolina U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham visited Camden on Tuesday afternoon. After a late lunch at a downtown Camden restaurant, Graham and his staff made their way to the Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce and Visitor’s Center inside the historic Robert Mills Courthouse. There, he spent an hour in a roundtable discussion with Kershaw County, Camden and Elgin officials, police and fire chiefs, chamber officials and other local leaders.