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    Bush speaks to Grand Strand Republicans while exploring presidential bid

    “This way, Mr. President,” one man shouted at former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush during his visit Wednesday in Myrtle Beach.

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    GOP’s early 2016 front-runners meet uncertain SC voters

    What kind of receptions will the GOP’s early presidential frontrunners, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, get in their back-to-back swings through South Carolina starting Tuesday?

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    New N.C. law for primary could hurt GOP

    North Carolina Republicans are tired of being in the back of the line when choosing presidential nominees. But their decision to leapfrog toward the front in the primary season could cost the state its influence in GOP politics and sets up a Carolinas clash with its neighbor.

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    Political briefs

    The North Strand Democratic monthly meeting will be 6 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at Mick & Mike’s Sports Bar at 1008 U.S. Highway 17 S. in North Myrtle Beach. For information, contact Brian or Roberta at 272-6454, or find the group on Facebook at North Strand Democrats.

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    Horry County, state Democrats focus on recruiting young supporters

    Horry County Democrats want more people like Austin Nichols.

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    Political briefs

    West Side Democrats will meet 5:30 to 7 p.m. Thursday at the Horry County Democratic Party Headquarters, 900 Fourth Ave. in downtown Conway. For more information, contact the HCDP office at 488-4237.

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    Political briefs

    Democratic Women’s Council of Horry County will meet 5:30 p.m. at Luigi's Trattoria, 503 61st Ave N. in Myrtle Beach.

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    Political briefs

    The North Strand Democrats will meet 6-7 p.m. Tuesday for their monthly meeting at Mick & Mike’s Sports Bar, 1008 U.S. Highway 17 S., in North Myrtle Beach. For information, call Brian or Robert at 272-6454 or visit North Strand Democrats on Facebook.

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    Congressman Rice says Obama’s budget won’t address the majority of Horry’s residents

    President Obama’s proposed 2016 budget expands government programs too much, which will only increase the area’s reliance on those programs and not help the nearly 58 percent of Horry County resident who are low income or lower middle-class, said U.S. Rep. Tom Rice.

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    Political briefs

    Horry County Democratic Party will meet for happy hour at 5:15 p.m. Thursday at Bonefish Grill, 7401 North Kings Highway in Myrtle Beach. For more information, contact Subhash Saxena at scsaxen@yahoo.com.

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