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Voters go to polls today for the hotly contested Texas Senate race.
Work of local winner available at campaign's online shop.
She'll open the Ann Arbor office.
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.
A lawsuit filed by the Dorchester County Democratic Party over candidate filings now includes the Charleston and Berkeley County Republican Parties and Election Commissions.
Judge ordered for county Republican Party election officer Tony Piscatella to turn in candidate filings Tuesday.
Bobbie Rose held a campaign kick-off event at the International Longshoremen's Hall on Morrison Drive focusing on fairness and promising to put South Carolina's First District first.
From out of nowhere, the former Bush Secretary of State got into the veep mix.
Republican Walter Hundley maintains a 14 vote lead after challenged ballots counted
Our Red Palmetto survey of influential South Carolina conservatives finds Florida Sen. Marco Rubio the best option.
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