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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.
Court wants answers to get program running by November.
The traditionally red Palmetto State might be in play this fall.
State GOP chairman says Palmetto State's "first in the South" primary shouldn't be in jeopardy despite backing the wrong 2012 candidate.
Newt Gingrich is reportedly dropping out of the race, three months after winning in the coveted S.C. Republican primary.
Columbia restaurant owner will represent City Council District 3.
73 percent think voter ID before voting is not discriminatory.
Pulling in or pushing away the coveted women's vote?
Exit cinches Romney's quest for the GOP nomination, but there's no endorsement yet.
From the chairwoman of the Spartanburg Republican Party.
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