Underwriters

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We’re grateful to our underwriters for their continuing support. Without their support, we would not be able to provide Statehouse Report to readers for free.

  • To learn more about any of our underwriters, please click any of the logos below.
  • If you’d like to be an underwriter or learn more about benefits of being an underwriter, see the bottom of this page.
AT&T
Electric Cooperatives of South Carolina
South Carolina Association of Counties underwriter_teenpreg
The South Carolina Education Association
SC Senate Democratic Caucus  


TESTIMONIALS

Comprehensive newsletter

“Andy Brack’s South Carolina Statehouse Report is the most comprehensive newsletter on any state’s politics and government I have seen. If you want to know what’s going in South Carolina politics, you have to read the South Carolina Statehouse Report.”

— Bill Shipp, veteran Georgia political columnist


Next best thing to being there

“If you can’t be at the General Assembly every day yourself, reading Statehouse Report is the next best thing.”

— A registered lobbyist for a state agency


Covers the whole landscape

Statehouse Report gives an inside practical report of weekly problems with and progress of legislation. It reviews the whole landscape.”

— Former Lt. Gov. and College of Charleston President Glenn F. McConnell


BECOME AN UNDERWRITER

Underwriters of Statehouse Report receive a number of benefits for annual support from $2,000 to $5,000. Among the offerings:

  • Branding. Underwriters can elect to have their brand appear in each issue of Statehouse Report.
  • Spotlight. A different underwriter is featured in each issue in our Spotlight section.
  • Pushed content. We work with underwriters to send each issue to targeted audiences of their choice.
  • Commentaries. Underwriters are encouraged to submit My Turn editorial commentaries on issues of public importance.
  • Licensed content. Underwriters at certain levels are allowed to use Statehouse Report content through a limited license.

If you’d like to learn more about being an underwriter, contact Publisher Andy Brack today.
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