Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) was officially censured last night by a third Republican county committee in his home state.

The Greenville County Republican Party passed a resolution censuring Graham for "support of President Obama and the Democratic Party's liberal agenda for the United States."

GOP committees in Lexington and Charleston counties had previously censured Graham.

From CNN:

The resolution says Graham will no longer be invited to participate in meetings or other events sponsored by the Greenville County Republican Party, and alleges Graham has "abandoned the Republican platform."

As evidence, the resolution cites Graham's votes in favor of TARP, his stance on immigration and his vote in favor of Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor. Graham has said he will also vote for Elena Kagan, President Obama's second nominee to the high court.

A spokesman for Graham noted that former President George W. Bush supported both TARP and comprehensive immigration reform.