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ENG: Jeffrey D. Duncan (born January 7, 1966) is the U.S. Representative for South Carolina's 3rd congressional district who is a member of the Republican Party. He is formerly a member of the South Carolina House of Representatives. Early life, education, and career In 1984, he graduated from Ware Shoals High School. He is a 1988 graduate of Clemson University. He played college football while Danny Ford was Head Coach. He is currently the President and CEO of J. Duncan Associates, a family-owned real estate marketing firm. South Carolina legislature Tenure Governor Mark Sanford him a “Tax Payer Hero.” He was given the “Guardian of Small Business” award from the National Federation of Independent Businesses, an A+ rating from the Club for Growth, the ...
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Duncan sends back unused funds to pay down national debt


South Carolina Congressman Jeff Duncan joined his in-state colleague Rep. Mick Mulvaney of Indian Land, along with several other members from across the country to announce they were returning significant portions of their office budgets with the intent that it be used to pay down the country’s debt. Duncan announced that his office would be returning at least $200,000 or 14.2% of his overall budget. That figure comes after Congressional offices had already taken a 5% budget cut during the previous year. Duncan made his announcement at a press conference outside the United States ...


Veteran's Day Message From Congressman Jeff Duncan


South Carolina Congressman Jeff Duncan (SC-3) released the following statement for Veterans Day: "On Veterans Day we are reminded that 'Freedom isn’t Free.'" "This week my family and I had the privilege of visiting and honoring many of our troops and veterans. Earlier this week, my wife Melody attended the South Carolina Honor Flight trip, accompanying dozens of World War II veterans from the Upstate to Washington, DC to visit war memorials. I spent this past week visiting with our armed forces in Afghanistan and Iraq, and will be spending Veterans Day with wounded and recovering ...


Duncan: ‘Countering Iran in the Westering Hemisphere Act'


Congressman Jeff Duncan introduced legislation to protect U.S. citizens from threats from Iran and protect American interests and assets in our own hemisphere. The “Countering Iran in the Western Hemisphere Act of 2012” (H.R. 3783) comes a week after Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s five-day tour of four Latin American countries. The bipartisan bill has 25 original cosponsors. Duncan’s legislation makes it clear that American policy is to counter Iran’s influence in Latin America by requiring a coordinated and targeted strategy that uses all elements of ...


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Rep. Jeff Duncan issues statement on 15th Anniversary of 9/11
“Fifteen years ago, Americans experienced the worst attack on our soil since the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Thousands of Americans would not return home that day, and the horrifying images of destruction still haunt us to this day. 9/11 was one of those moments in history that signaled the abrupt end of an era we thought would be peaceful. The close of the Cold War brought a sense of idealism that American led global peace and stability could be maintained in perpetuity. Unfortunately 9/11 reminds us that the world is unpredictable, dangerous, and always changing.” “That day, we recognized that the rise of Islamic radicalism had overtaken communism as the greatest threat to American liberty. This threat is specific and has definable characteristics that we must isolate and destroy. Any group that sees slaughter as a way to bring about a perverse apocalyptic vision of the world must be confronted and destroyed.  Whether the group calls itself al Qaeda, Islamic State, Hezbollah, Isl
Rep. Duncan Reacts to Aetna Exit Out of SC Obamacare Exchange
Laurens, SC - Congressman Jeff Duncan reacts to Aetna's announcement that the health insurance providor will no longer participate in all but four state Obamacare exchanges. "Aetna’s decision to reduce its participation in Obamacare exchanges by more than 500 counties—including all of South Carolina—is no shock. The government’s attempt to command and control healthcare from Washington is yet another rosy campaign promise confronted with the reality of economics. In example after example the story is the same—government programs designed to control cost or subsidize consumption distorts supply and demand. These costs don’t just disappear, as the President would have you believe. People will pay with higher premiums or higher taxes, while the quality of care declines and services provided are narrowed. Republicans in the House have pushed a variety of reforms, all of which are better than the current Obamacare model. This latest move by Aetna to remain in only four state Oba
50th Co-Sponsor on GITMO Detainee Transfer Lawsuit Resolution
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Duncan issued a statement to call attention to the 50th cosponsor, Rep. Michael Burgess to his bill H. Res. 617. The resolution would empower Congress to immediately bring suit against the Obama Administration should the President choose to violate the law and move Guantanamo Bay terrorists to the U.S. mainland. “This is an important marker of support for the rule of law. It is illegal under federal law to transfer Gitmo terrorists to the U.S. mainland—a law which was initially passed by a Democrat super majority in the Congress and signed into law by President Obama. Attorney General Loretta Lynch also said at a House Appropriations subcommittee hearing in February of this year, ‘that is the state of the law,’ and, ‘it’s certain that we would be prohibited from doing so,’ yet the Obama Administration continues to tease the American people through legislative signing statements and comments to the media that all options are on the table.
Congressman Duncan issues statement on terrorist attacks
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Jeff Duncan (SC-03) issued the following statement concerning the recent terrorist attacks in New York, New Jersey, and Minnesota. “Over the weekend America again experienced more attacks brought on by the threat of radical Islamic extremism. Thankfully, there were no deaths, and again our first responders showed why they are the best in the world, but we cannot let this near disaster lead to yet another complacent response from federal leaders. Therefore, I am reiterating my previous calls that the President halt the Syrian refugee resettlement program, immediately deport any non-citizens residing in the United States who are currently listed on a terror-watch list, and indefinitely suspend all forms of immigration and visas from countries classified as terrorist safe havens by the State Department.” “I feel that these recommendations are a common sense start to a much needed strategic overhaul to counter terrorism given the current global securi



 
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