Back to List

Palmetto Scene Election Programming Continues

October 28, 2016 - Posted in Palmetto Scene by Aimee Crouch
vote button

Palmetto Scene continues to air back-to-back episodes (Thursdays, 7:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., ETV) that will focus on candidates running for federal office in South Carolina.

Although the biggest interest has been focused on the presidential race, here in South Carolina, all 7 congressional seats and one U.S. Senate seat are up for grabs. We have offered each qualified candidate running for federal office in S.C. a chance to address their constituents. ETV uses a set of Candidate Interview Participation Criteria to determine those who can participate in these programs. Not all qualified candidates were available, but we offered their challengers a one-on-one interview to share their ideas.

The programs are hosted by Charles Bierbauer, Dean of the College of Mass Communications & Information Studies, at the University of South Carolina and a former CNN Senior Washington Correspondent and ABC News Moscow Bureau Chief. The schedule is as follows:

Thursday, October 20  (now available online)

7:00 PM – Candidates running for District 7, Tom Rice and Mal Hyman

7:30 PM – Individual candidate interviews, including Hosea Cleveland, District 3; Chris Fedalei, District 4; and Laura Sterling, District 6.


Thursday, October 27 (now available online)

7:00 PM – Candidates running for District 1, Mark Sanford and Dimitri Cherny

7:30 PM – Candidates running for District 2, Joe Wilson, Ark Bjorn, and Eddie McCain


Thursday, November 3

7:00 PM – Candidates running for District 5, Fran Person and Rudy Barnes

7:30 PM – Individual candidate interview with Thomas Dixon, running for U.S. Senate.





Facebook comments

Related Posts

Greenwood Community Theatre took on an important project last fall. It’s a theatre project called the Penguin Project. Plays performed by the Penguin Project provide young...

The phrase "farm to table" has become ubiquitous when discussing modern cuisine, but many diners may not understand the collaboration that is necessary between farmers and...