I love pizza and politics, and writing about both runs in the family. So while looking for South Carolina’s primary election results this morning at thestate.com, I was intrigued to find the following headline: “Tired of potholes? Domino’s Pizza helps pay for road repair. How to nominate Columbia.”
The State‘s article links to Domino’s Pizza’s Paving for Pizza program (how’s that alliteration?). Here’s the gist of it: nominate your town using your zip code, and Domino’s might pitch in some dough (tee hee) to fill its potholes. They’ve already done it in several cities around the United States, from California to Texas to Delaware.
Every South Carolinian knows that one of our major issues is the poor state of our roads. Indeed, last year the legislature passed a gas tax hike, the first phase of which kicked in at the beginning of 2018. That tax will raise…
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