Rep. Joe Wilson, R-S.C., was quick to note he opposed changes to weaken the Office of Congressional Ethics. Here, he waves to the audience Friday morning at River Bluff High School following a debate against 2nd Congressional District candidates Arik Bjorn and Eddie McCain. Election day is Tuesday. 11/04/16
Rep. Joe Wilson, R-S.C., was quick to note he opposed changes to weaken the Office of Congressional Ethics. Here, he waves to the audience Friday morning at River Bluff High School following a debate against 2nd Congressional District candidates Arik Bjorn and Eddie McCain. Election day is Tuesday. 11/04/16 Sean Rayford online@thestate.com
Rep. Joe Wilson, R-S.C., was quick to note he opposed changes to weaken the Office of Congressional Ethics. Here, he waves to the audience Friday morning at River Bluff High School following a debate against 2nd Congressional District candidates Arik Bjorn and Eddie McCain. Election day is Tuesday. 11/04/16 Sean Rayford online@thestate.com

2 SC congressional Republicans oppose their party’s weakening of ethics office

January 03, 2017 12:16 PM

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