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Executive Orders

2014-33 - Recognizing SC National Heritage Corridor as a Pubic Benefit Corporation

2014-32 - Appointing the Fairfield County Sheriff

2014-31 - Removing Chairman of Small Business Regulatory Review Committee

2014-30 - Declaring Town of Calhoun Falls Councilman Seat Vacant

2014-29 - Suspending and Appointing the Lexington County Sheriff

2014-28 - Suspending the Mayor of the Town of Simpsonville

2014-27 - Extending Waiver of Weight and Hours of Service Limitations

2014-26 - Declaring Emergency for Cypress Gardens Road Bridge

2014-25 - Appointing Coroner of Lexington County

2014-24 - Reauthorizing the Waiver of Weight and Service Limitations

2014-23 - Establishing the State Employee Code of Conduce Task Force

2014-22 - Establishing the Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention Council

2014-21 - Extending the Waiver of Weight and Hours of Service Limitations for Trucks

2014-20 - Rescinding EO 2009-11 related to the State Health Information Exchange

2014-19 - Ordering a New Election for the City of Belton

2014-18 - Appointing Williamsburg County Sheriff

2014-17 - Declaring State Holidays for Banks

2014-16 - Granting State Employees Leave with Pay

2014-15 - Suspending the Sheriff of Williamsburg County

2014-14 - Rescinding the Declaration of a State of Emergency

2014-13 - Waiving Weight and Hours of Service Limitations for Trucks

2014-12 - Waiving Weight Limitations for Trucks during State of Emergency

2014-11 - Declaring a State of Emergency for Winter Weather

2014-10 - Declaring Legal Holidays for Banks during State of Emergency

2014-09 - Granting State Employees Leave with Pay

2014-08 - Rescinding the Declaration of a State of Emergency

2014-07 - Waiving Hour Restrictions for Truck Drivers for All Fuels in SC

2014-06 - Declaring a State of Emergency for Winter Weather

2014-05 - Waiving Hour Restrictions for Truck Drivers in SC

2014-04 - Suspending Federal Regulations for Commercial Truck Drivers

2014-03 - Granting Leave to State Employees for Winter Weather

2014-02 - Waiving the Hour restrictions for Commercial Truck Drivers

2014-01 - Waiving the Hour restrictions for Commercial Truck Drivers

2013-10 - Permitting the National Guard to help the City of Georgetown

2013-09 - Directing State Agencies to Report Real Estate

2013-08 - Declaring an Emergency for Front Street Fire in Georgetown

2013-07 - Declaring an Emergency for Jones Mill Road Bridge in Pickens County

2013-06 - Appointing Sheriff of Chesterfield County

2013-05- Suspending Sheriff of Chesterfield County

2013-04- Reconstituting the SC Military Base Task Force

2013-02- Establishing the Governor's Regulatory Review Task Force

2013-03- Granting Leave with Pay to State Employees for Closings due to Winter Weather

2013-01- Ordering a Special Election for the First Congressional District

Certificate of Appointment for Tim Scott to United States Senate

2012-15- Appointing Tim Scott to vacant U.S. Senate seat

2012-14- Appointing Solicitor for Horry and Georgetown Counties

2012-13- Appointing Union County Councilman

2012-12- Directing Cabinet Agencies to Implement Network Monitoring

2012-11- Waiving truck restrictions fo Hurricane Sandy

2012-10- Reviewing IT Security

2012-09- Establishing South Carolina Commission on Ethics Reform

2012-08- Suspending the Mayor of the Town of Norway

2012-07- Appointing Beaufort County Probate Judge

2012-06- Appointing Saluda County Sheriff

2012-05- Re-establishing the Governor's Savannah River Committee

2012-04- Declaring emergency for Laurens Street Bridge

2012-03- Ordering New Election in the Town of Atlantic Beach

2012-02- Requiring coordination between DEW and LLR regarding labor disputes

2012-01- Appointing Abbeville County Auditor

2011-21- Reconstituting South Carolina Military Base Task Force

2011-20- Second Extension of EO 2011-17

2011-19- Extending Executive Order 2011-17 an additional 30 days

2011-18- Placing SC National Guard on State Duty in support of Vermont

2011-17- Waiving size and weight restrictions on trucks for Hurricane Irene relief

2011-16- Activating the Guard to assist N.C. for Hurricane Irene

2011-15- Moving LMI program from DOC to DEW

2011-14- Appoint Chester County Treasurer

2011-13- Declaring Extra Session

2011-12- Appoint McCormick County Clerk of Court 

2011-11- Declaring Emergency for Bridge Collapse in Cherokee

2011-10- Appointing State Inpsector General

2011-09- Establishing the SC Health Planning Committee

2011-08- Directing SCPRT to manage Heritage Corridor Program and Funding

2011-07- Appointing Mayor of Town of Varnville

2011-06- Updating State Emergency Operations Plan

2011-05- Suspending the Mayor of the Town of Varnville

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SC Governor Nikki Haley

Nikki R. Haley

Governor of South Carolina

Nikki Randhawa Haley was elected the 116th Governor of South Carolina on Tuesday, November 2, 2010.

One of the strongest fiscal conservatives in state government, Nikki was first elected to represent the 87th District in Lexington County in 2004, when, as a virtual unknown, she beat the longest serving state legislator in a Republican primary. In 2008, Representative Haley was sent back to the Statehouse with 83 percent of the vote – the highest percentage earned by any lawmaker facing a contested South Carolina election that year. She won the Republican Party nomination for governor on Tuesday, June 22, 2010.

Her time in Columbia has been marked by conservative leadership and an unwavering commitment to the taxpayers’ bottom line. She has fought wasteful spending at every turn, pushed for smaller, more efficient government, and led the fight for accountability and transparency that, before her arrival, was sorely lacking in the Legislature.

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