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New political apparatus will allow the Greenville Senator to raise unlimited funds for hard-core conservative candidates — but is it legal?
More than 100 candidates in June primary races across the state could be removed from the ballot after Wednesday's S.C. Supreme Court ruling.
After hearing arguments Tuesday, the state Supreme Court is now considering a lawsuit that could drastically alter political races across South Carolina.
Lexington suit that suddenly threatens the races of dozens of state and local candidates across South Carolina goes before the state Supreme Court on Tuesday.
Triumphant candidate greets rabid crowd in Columbia, and now sets his sights on Florida.
After roller-coaster ride in South Carolina, Gingrich fights to reclaim his Palmetto State frontrunner status ahead of Saturday primary
Joel Sawyer, who directed Jon Huntsman's campaign before Huntsman dropped out of the race Monday morning, spoke to Patch at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center before the debate.
The former House Speaker gets a nod from several in the crowd, but race remains Mitt Romney's to lose, many admit.
The two candidates celebrate the late civil-rights icon and the strides in racial equality his struggle enabled
In the area of multimillion-dollar air wars, do grip-and-grins and retail politics matter as much as they used to? If so, Rick Santorum would be surging.
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