The Capitol Eye

The Capitol Eye: Bringing the South Carolina Capitol to your inbox with Multimedia Reporting

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If you want to make an impact in South Carolina politics, look no further than The Capitol Eye. Our specialized newsletter is an indispensable resource for organizations that want to stay informed and engaged. With a keen focus on Constituent Outreach, Multimedia Lobbying, and Governmental Relations, we provide in-depth coverage of the latest happenings, legislation, and policy developments at the South Carolina statehouse.

Our team uses cutting-edge multimedia tools to help our clients reach a diverse audience of over 400,000 voters in South Carolina. The Capitol Eye is a powerful platform for disseminating information, educating constituents, and influencing policy. 

The Capitol Eye focuses on keeping minority constituents informed about the activities of their legislators and party leadership, as well as providing insights on how specific pieces of legislation will affect their lives. By delivering this information in a clear and concise format, we empower constituents to engage with their representatives and hold them accountable for the decisions they make.

Whether you’re a legislator or a minority constituent, The Capitol Eye is an indispensable resource that you’ll want in your inbox. 

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to stay informed and make an impact in South Carolina politics. Contact us today to learn more about how The Capitol Eye can help your organization. You can reach us at 803-619-3756 or via email at We look forward to hearing from you.

The Marketing, Advertising, Public Relations, Promotions, and Sales (M.A.P.P.S.) department is responsible for providing marketing, advertising, public relations, promotions, and sales services to clients and advertisers of the Minority INFO Network. This department also develops service offerings, conducts research, and plans community events to engage with the communities where the Network operates and provides information.

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