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South Carolina: An Evening Honoring Rudy Giuliani
August 1, 2006

(COLUMBIA, S.C.) - The SCGOP today announced "An Evening Honoring 'America's mayor,' Rudy Giuliani."  The South Carolina Republican Party will join House Speaker Bobby Harrell in hosting a reception honoring former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani on Wednesday, August 16 in Charleston.  The event will be held at Hibernian Hall from 7:30-9:00 p.m. to benefit the South Carolina Republican Party.  

"We are excited and honored to have Mayor Giuliani visit South Carolina.  His steady leadership during crises and his record of accomplishment truly make him 'America's Mayor.'  He is an exceptional individual and I am proud to call him a fellow Republican," said Katon Dawson, South Carolina Republican Party Chairman. 

Giuliani was elected in 1993 as the 107th Mayor of New York City.  As a Republican, his 1993 campaign focused on quality of life issues, crime reduction, economic development, and welfare reform.  Giuliani was reelected in 1997 by a wide margin.

As Mayor, Rudy Giuliani returned accountability to City government and improved the quality of life for all New Yorkers.  Under his leadership, overall crime fell 57% and murder was reduced 65%. Giuliani has enacted a record of over $2.5 billion in tax reductions and restored fiscal discipline to New York City turning a $2.3 billion dollar deficit into a multi-billion dollar surplus.  In 2001, Giuliani was named Time Magazine's Person of the Year for his leadership on and after the attacks on America on September 11th. 

Tickets to attend the event range from $100 per person to $2500 per couple.  For further information and to purchase tickets, please contact Katie Boling at 803.988.8440 or [email protected] 

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