U.S. Rep. Ralph Norman will be spending the Friday in Union County, holding multiple events to meet people in the area, according to the congressman’s office.
Norman won the recent special election in South Carolina’s 5th Congressional District, taking the place of Mick Mulvaney, who left Congress to take a position in President Trump’s cabinet.
Norman’s first event will be “Coffee with the Congressman” at the Bojangles on Rice Street in Union beginning at 7:30 a.m.
Next, Norman will head to the Fairview Diner on South Duncan Bypass in Union for another “Coffee with the Congressman” event at 8:20 a.m.
Norman’s visit will conclude with “Lunch with Veterans” at Midway BBQ, located on Main Street in Buffalo, at noon.
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