US Senate hopeful Inez Tenenbaum is spreading her message throughout the Low Country. This morning, Tenenbaum met with voters in Waterfront Park. Topping her list of priorities is providing affordable health insurance, strengthening schools, protecting social security without privatizing and decreasing unemployment in South Carolina.
"I will be a US senator who will help develop jobs in South Carolina and keep jobs from going out of South Carolina because of unfair trade," she promised.
The former state superintendent of schools faces Republican Jim Demint in the November election.