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For more on what we can expect we welcome the chairman of the Republican Party in South Carolina Chad copilot Chad great to have you here you've got to be well it.
It's gotta be exhausted with the twists and turns -- primaries take it.
Yes -- -- -- how you doing -- -- -- to be with you and you know started say -- but when Iowa had their caucus two weeks ago.
Nobody's gonna build -- put this in a box it's going to be rough and tumble south a lot of politics in.
Everything that they can throw at each other is gonna come out you know I also watch the our caucus and everybody nation -- was talking about.
Yeah we got New Hampshire but south Carolina's common and that a New Hampshire was hey -- got itself a lot of common them.
There was a whole narrative written here but I you know bush just 24 hours as a lifetime in this deal and we've seen that happen this week well.
It at this point what do you make your Gingrich's performance in last -- debate and its likely impact on the outcome of your primer.
Well you know I can tell you what all activists from the folks from the party are saying about -- and I really think -- -- the money night's debate that you all did -- Myrtle Beach forced to and last night's debate.
Is people or really insist that they have a feeling.
That the democratic candidates when they come around don't get the kind of questions that Republican candidates -- -- doesn't seem to be an even playing field.
And I think that in a lot of people's minds our candidates are really start to speak to the media maybe specifically speaker Gingrich is doing it even more so and I think you saw that ground swell of support in both of those standing ovation it was a makes.
You have almost a 10% unemployment rate in in in South Carolina.
Is that influencing in one particular direction the response of South Carolina primary voters.
Republican voters 21 candidate or another.
You know I don't know I think what it's doing it's -- make of them making all the candidates talk about it I mean we're -- with high unemployment.
Of course we're affect about Obama -- the uncertainty that goes with that.
People see the trillion dollars of debt but more incredibly here are we seeing government intervention and intrusion in our -- in this unprecedented.
I have the National Labor Relations Board come at a private company like Boeing.
That it just hurt Republicans job that's all self killing his jobs and then of course they've intervened and our.
But raw deal all of our immigration law also we're CN up up up a spear reported South Carolina -- -- Obama administration that intervenes in our our business.
In a way that's really not been done before.
And your state of course is not alone that in in the union certainly are being the target of this administration and what some people see is -- Politicized.
And certainly Justice Department a politicized Environmental Protection Agency certainly.
-- Politicize National Labor Relations Board.
No doubt about that -- the polls open tomorrow morning at 7 o'clock what do you expect a turn out to be how heavy.
But when we you have base right at the polls close twelve hours later 7 PM eastern.
When -- you have a sense a low level of -- We'll probably watching some specific counties and I really think we'll have a good turnout we have -- 45004.
But I think the level of interest and excitement is high Europe.
Legislation we've had a lot of candidates went around our state for weeks now and it that engages people they're going out to the -- in threes in the -- -- They're getting them meet these candidates won a one.
I'm watch and some of the bigger counties obviously I'm watching the fourth congressional district Greenville Spartanburg.
Those two counties make up you know almost 20% of the total vote Republican primary and -- our top ten counties that vote make up 60%.
Some also gonna watch the coast district one talk congressman Tim -- district right and congressman Jeff dot Duncan's district over in district three.
Those are really going to be telling numbers for us on who gets the numbers and and how the votes going.
We should know that pretty early and we're open house -- for folks but not -- thirty tomorrow night.
We appreciate it -- for -- -- taken the time for being here and we wish all the best tomorrow.
Thanks so much thank you sir great to be really have a good night YouTube Chad Connelly is the chair -- Republican Party they're in South Carolina big day tomorrow.