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Lowcountry man advocates for a more "transparent" system for voting with a paper trail. What do you think? Tell us in the comments!
Police & Fire, Elections
Congressman-elect won't appear in court Thursday on trespass allegation.
Mark Sanford heads to court Thursday to answer to trespassing complaint from his ex-wife, Jenny.
Green Party candidate Eugene Platt saw several positive outcomes from his First Congressional District race despite finishing a distant third
Voters may have not forgiven the former governor but they kept the First District seat in Republican hands Tuesday.
Longtime Republican district stays that way after special election.
The formerly disgraced Republican governor returns to Congress with a victory.
Lowcountry voters head to the polls today to elect a new Congressman.
Former governor and congressman makes final push for votes.
Most of last full day spent in Charleston County.
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