Nancy Mace

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Nancy Mace

U.S. Representative from South Carolina's 1st Congressional District
Assumed office 
January 3, 2021
Preceded by Joe Cunningham

Born December 4, 1977
Fort Bragg, North Carolina
Political party Republican
Children Two
Alma mater The Citadel
University of Georgia
Occupation Businesswoman, author

Nancy Ruth Mace (born December 4, 1977) is the U.S. House of Representatives from South Carolina's 1st congressional district. Mace has been the target of leftist misogynists and hate and carries a gun after receiving death threats.[1]

In 2022, Mace is opposed for reelection by Donald Trump because Mace began pandering to Nancy Pelosi and liberals soon after taking office. She even voted to hold the innocent Trump-supporting Steve Bannon in contempt, which has subjected him to an unusual criminal prosecution and enormous legal fees. Mace's liberal conduct is despite having once campaigned as a firm supporter of Donald Trump, and having worked in his 2016 campaign as a coalitions and field director.[2]

Early life and education

Mace was born on December 4, 1977 to James Emory Mace, a general in the United States Army, and Anne Mace, a teacher. She graduated from Stratford High School and later from the military college The Citadel, being the first woman to graduate from the latter. Mace also attended the University of Georgia, obtaining a masters degree in journalism.

2014 U.S. Senate election in South Carolina

Mace ran for U.S. Senate in 2014 to challenge the hawkish incumbent RINO Lindsey Graham, but only managed to win 6.2% of the vote in the Republican primary.[3]

South Carolina House of Representatives

Mace ran for the South Carolina House of Representatives from the 99th district in a special election in 2018, falling just short of 50% of the vote in the Republican primary, though easily won the primary runoff by 25% of the vote and later the special election by over 10% of the vote. She later ran for re-election in the 2018 regular, non-special election, defeating Democrat opponent Jen Gibson by 22% of the votes casted.


Mace voted in favor of expanding the use of solar energy in April 2018.[4]

Mace co-sponsored H 3759, a bill to increase wages for teachers and eliminate four statewide tests.[5]

Strongly pro-life, Mace voted in favor of legislation to ban abortions after the point a fetal heartbeat can be detected.[6]

2020 U.S. House election in South Carolina's 1st district

Mace ran to unseat partisan Democrat Joe Cunningham,[7] who was elected in 2018 by less than 1% of the vote.[8] She is endorsed by the current Republican House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy.[9]

Republican primary

Mace won her party's primary election to challenge Cunningham in the general election.[10]

In the 2022 midterms, due to her liberal/establishment positions and constant betrayal of Donald Trump and his policies, she is now facing a primary challenger, Trump-backed Katie Arrington – whom narrowly lost to the incumbent's predecessor Joe Cunningham in the 2018 midterms. [11]

Political positions

Mace consider herself a conservative who is pro-life and opposes illegal immigration and foreign intervention.[12] However she voted for passing $40 billion to funding Ukraine war.[13]


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