Tim Scott, 59, said he's dating "a lovely Christian girl" and quoted the Bible to hint he may propose: "He who finds a wife finds a good thing." Here's what else he's said about his girlfriend amid scrutiny of being unmarried.


Why do politicians like Tim Scott share so much from their personal lives on the campaign trail? Research shows it boosts popularity and reduces party polarization in people’s views of politicians.

Tim Scott says his "opponents" are to blame for the media focus on him not being married while running for president and that "voters don't care." But Republican donors sure do...

Tim Scott downplayed racism while on the campaign trail in Iowa, and polls suggest that helps him resonate with white voters more.


Donors reportedly want to know as they look 2024 campaigns to support.

Here is everything you need to know about the debate, including how and where you can watch it.

Despite a 37-count federal indictment against Trump, Tim Scott is deflecting blame.

Tim Scott is still arguing that Obama's presidency proves racism in America is over.

Tim Scott announced his presidential campaign in the same week as the third anniversary of George Floyd's murder, drawing attention to claims he "doomed" police reform to fail in the Senate.

Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) announced Wednesday that he's—*yawn*—planning to run for president.

During a GOP Black History Month banquet, Sen. Tim Scott claimed Republicans are being treated like "a second-class citizen," similar to the discrimination he said he's faced "because of the color of my skin."

This is the same man who once said that "America is not a racist country."