Budget Balancer. Tax Cutter. Job Creator.
That’s how Chip Limehouse describes his proven conservative record in the South Carolina House. He has led the effort to keep South Carolina’s budget balanced. He supports a federal balanced budget amendment.
When recession hit South Carolina in 2007, Chip Limehouse didn’t talk about “fiscal cliffs” – he helped cut spending by 30%.
Chip knows how to create jobs. He is a small businessman operating several family businesses. He knows restoring the American Dream means putting people back to work and getting our economy moving again.
Chip helped cut taxes on South Carolina families by tens of millions of dollars. He knows cutting taxes, not raising taxes, is the answer to getting back on the road to prosperity.
Chip Limehouse has demonstrated proven conservative leadership in his 18 years in the state house, where he serves on the Ways and Means Committee and chairs the Subcommittee on Higher Education.
Chip’s Republican work started with distributing yard signs and bumper stickers for conservative giants Ronald Reagan and Strom Thurmond. He still works hard for the GOP cause.
Chip and his wife Sue have been married 20 years and are the parents of two children, Chase and Eliza.