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Voters may have not forgiven the former governor but they kept the First District seat in Republican hands Tuesday.
Thousands watched as the only debate between the Republican and Democratic candidate aired Monday.
As across the board cuts loom, everyone seems to be blaming everyone else.
Democratic Lowcountry lawmaker calls for legislation requiring names of 'mentally disturbed' to be put in a national criminal database for gun dealers.
Palmetto state scores six out of 10 in public health emergency disaster report, which urges more government funding.
Tuesday's voting temporarily stalled as state reset absentee voting machines to account for large volume of voters.
S.C. Democratic Party 'Commit to Vote' flier originally listed two forms of identification only accepted for registering to vote.
Gnocchi the Squirrel says it will be President Mitt Romney after November election.
A May S.C. Supreme Court decision to uphold S.C. election law caused hundreds of non-incumbents to be purged from the ballot as voters seek to give incumbents the boot.
Parties agree to keep non-incumbent Republicans off the ballot during discovery, according to lawyer.
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