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More Highlights From SC Superintendent of Education Forum

Bryan Chapman talks about why he is running
Kathy Maness addresses the audience

Daniel Prince

Six candidates in all will be on the ballot in June

Last Thursday, the Union County Republican Party held a forum for the Republican candidates for the office of SC Superintendent of Education. Five of the six candidates were able to attend. On Friday, WBCU News presented highlights from Linda Leventis-Wells and Dr. Kizzy Gibson.

Bryan Chapman is another candidate in the race. He is a pastor who claims nine years of teaching experience, but rather than teaching in a classroom, he taught the Bible off-campus through a partnership between the schools and the Christian Learning Center—released time classes for high school students. Chapman details the experience:

(audio below story)

Those five candidates, along with Ellen Weaver, who was not able to attend, will all be part of the Republican primary on June 14.

Presentation highlights from Bryan Chapman, Kathy Maness, and Travis Bedson
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