Bush returns to South Carolina for events in Upstate
GREENVILLE, S.C. (AP) -- Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush is coming back for South Carolina for a series of events in the Upstate.
The former Florida governor started his swing Tuesday with a Salvation Army event in Greenville.
Later in the day, he stopped by Spartanburg’s Beacon Drive-In, a restaurant that has become a must-see for presidential campaigns as they visit South Carolina’s northwestern areas.
At the end of his day, Bush stopped in Rock Hill for a town hall meeting at The Magnolia Room.
Bush was in South Carolina last week, making stops in several cities and giving a speech at The Citadel in which he called for the U.S. to send more troops to the Middle East to fight the Islamic State group.