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Joe Cunningham is a former US Congressman from South Carolina.

Joe represented South Carolina's First Congressional District from 2019 to 2021, becoming the first Democrat to represent the district in 40 years. He currently resides in Charleston, South Carolina where he practices law.

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RECENT NEWS

The Post and Courier |  February 12, 2021

In a pattern that's become all too familiar in South Carolina, teachers are once again taking a backseat, thanks to Gov. Henry McMaster. He made teachers his latest political punching bag when he announced that educators will have to wait even longer to receive COVID-19 vaccines. 

What makes this move truly untenable is that McMaster also is demanding that teachers return to full-time, in-person instruction without allowing them access to a vaccine beforehand. As a father, I understand how important it is to get back to full-time, in-person learning. The current hybrid model in which classes are conducted both in-person and online essentially doubles the workload for teachers, without a commensurate increase in pay, and creates learning gaps that will take years to rectify, if ever.

April 2, 2021
#7: THE FUTURE OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY WITH MARK SANFORD
FORMER CONGRESSMAN & SC GOVERNOR MARK SANFORD
On this episode of Joint Resolution, Joe joins his predecessor and former Governor of South Carolina, Mark Sanford (R-SC) for an in-person interview to talk about his lengthy career in politics, and the future of the Republican Party. 
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