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Tom Davis to Re-join Governor's Office
November 21, 2005

Contact:Joel Sawyer
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Columbia, S.C. - November 21, 2005 - Governor Mark Sanford today announced that Beaufort attorney Tom Davis will be re-joining his staff as of Jan. 1, 2006. Davis worked in Gov. Sanford's office during late 2003 and 2004 as senior policy advisor and co-chief of staff. Davis, 44, will serve primarily as a legislative liaison and policy advisory to the governor upon his return effective Jan. 1, and will hold the title Deputy Chief of Staff for Legislative Affairs and Policy.

"Tom has been a trusted advisor and friend to me for over twenty years, and has always been a central part of our efforts to bring change to South Carolina," Gov. Sanford said. "He's been an important part of every chapter of my public life, whether it's been in Congress or in this office, and we're certainly glad he'scoming back to the team in an official capacity."

"I'm looking forward to returning to Columbia and helping Mark build on the successes of this past session, like small business income tax relief and tort reform," Davis said. "The changes he's working to make in state government are very important to South Carolina's ability to compete with other states and the rest of the world, and I'm anxious to resume that work in the coming year."


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