Charleston, South Carolina - Palmetto Family, a conservative advocacy group, has announced that several high-profile politicians have accepted invitations to participate in the Vision ‘24 forum next month on Saturday, March 18th. The forum aims to discuss the future of South Carolina and the nation. The event holds weight in the upcoming first in the South Presidential primary election taking place in South Carolina.
Among the accepted invitations are former Democratic Presidential candidate and Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, Republican Governor Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas, and Republican Senator John Kennedy of Louisiana. They will join previously confirmed participants, including Republican Senators Marsha Blackburn and Tim Scott, and former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley.
Other invitees that have yet to confirm are former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Texas Governor Greg Abbott, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem, former Vice President Mike Pence, Arkansas Governor Sarah Sanders, New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu, and former President Donald Trump.
The forum will take place on March 15th and 16th at the Charleston Convention Center. The event is open to the public, and tickets are available here.
The Vision ‘24 forum is part of the Palmetto Family's ongoing efforts to engage with South Carolina voters and promote conservative values. The organization has previously sponsored events featuring speakers such as former Vice President Mike Pence and Senator Tim Scott.
The news of the expanded list of invitees has generated a lot of excitement among political observers in South Carolina, who are eager to hear the perspectives of such a diverse group of leaders.