South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott Announces 2024 Presidential Run

By  //  May 22, 2023

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campaign kick off event at Charleston Southern University

ABOVE VIDEO: Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina is announcing that he’s running for president. Scott, 57, hopes to make his mark in a crowded field.

(FOX NEWS) – It’s one the biggest questions facing Republican Sen. Tim Scott as he jumps into the race for the 2024 GOP presidential nomination.

Will Republican voters be receptive to what Scott calls his “optimistic, positive message anchored in conservatism.”

Scott, who on Monday will formally declare his candidacy for the White House at a campaign kick off event at Charleston Southern University, his alma mater, said in an exclusive interview with Fox News just ahead of his 2024 launch that GOP presidential primary voters are hungry for a what he’s preaching.

He’ll join a GOP White House field that includes former President Donald Trump, who announced his third straight presidential run in November and remains the clear front-runner in the Republican nomination race.