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Honorable Mark Sanford

Representing the 1st District of South Carolina

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Oct 6, 2017 Blog Post

To say that it is an usual year in Washington would indeed be an understatement. In that vein, yesterday, the House passed its budget resolution for 2018.

Oct 5, 2017 Press Release

Charleston, SC - Tomorrow, Rep. Mark Sanford will host U.S. House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman Rep. Bill Shuster (R-PA) along with representatives from the Coast Guard, the South Carolina Ports Authority, Palmetto Railways, and the Army Corps of Engineers on a tour of the Port of Charleston.


Oct 3, 2017 Blog Post

Today, the House voted on the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, a bill which would prohibit elective abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy. The bill passed by a vote of 237 to 189, and I’d like to offer a few thoughts on why I voted as I did in supporting the measure.

Oct 2, 2017 Blog Post

Allow me to circle back again to a vote that occurred last week. Before I do though, let me state the obvious, which is that my thoughts and prayers go to the individuals and families who were affected in the tragedy of Las Vegas.

Sep 29, 2017 Blog Post

Sometimes, an occasional “I told you so” makes sense….

Such is the case with the Federal Aviation Administration/disaster tax relief bill that came up on Monday….

I voted against it and, at that time, said it was sure to come back up. Indeed, it did here just two days later, as we voted on it yesterday.

Sep 28, 2017 Press Release

CHARLESTON, SC - Today, Representative Mark Sanford released his public schedule for Friday, September 29th through Monday, October 2nd.


Sep 28, 2017 Blog Post
It’s very rare that Congress will leave the Hill when in session.
Sep 26, 2017 Blog Post

Last night, I voted against H.R. 3823, the Disaster Tax Relief and Airport and Airway Extension Act of 2017. I was one of seven Republicans who voted no, and given it was brought up under what’s called “suspension” - which requires a two-thirds majority for passage, the bill failed.