Statehouse Report is a weekly legislative forecast that informs readers about what is going to happen in South Carolina politics and policy. Founded in 2001, the issue was distributed through 2007 to paid subscribers, although a weekly commentary and cartoon were provided free to all readers.
Starting in 2008, the respected publication’s news, analysis and commentary is available without charge to all readers thanks to generous support by underwriters.
Statehouse Report‘s team includes experienced journalists and analysts:
Editor and publisher Andy Brack started Statehouse Report to provide legislative professionals, advocates, lobbyists, citizens and organizations with the kind of information they can use to be better advocates for their clients and groups.
Brack, a former political reporter and U.S. Senate press secretary, has offered a weekly political and policy column in Statehouse Report and syndicated newspapers since 2003. Through the years, his weekly commentary has become a must-read for political insiders across the state. Statehouse Report LLC, the parent company, also publishes a daily news clipping service called SCClips and a weekly report of good newes about the Lowcountry, Charleston Currents.
Brack graduated from Duke University and has a master’s degree in journalism from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
You can reach Brack by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Statehouse correspondent Lindsay Street is an award-winning journalist who has served as a reporter and editor at various publications over the last few years, including the Berkeley Independent, Patch, S.C. Radio Network and Carteret County (N.C.) News-Times. In 2017, she won two first place awards from the S.C. Press Association for government reporting and in-depth reporting.
Street earned a bachelor’s degree in communications and media studies from the College of Charleston in 2006. She and her family live in Ridgeville.
You can reach Street by email at: email@example.com.
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