Posts Tagged ‘South Carolina Presidential Primary’

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The Numbers Don’t Lie

Trump…he’s not everyone’s “cup of tea” (pun intended), but he did claim a big victory in the South Carolina Republican primary this past Saturday.  And just like that, he now has 67 delegates and is the leader of the Republican Party.  While some may not be too happy, as South Carolinians, we should be pleased […]

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South Carolina is Huge Beneficiary of South Carolina Presidential Primaries

By Beth Richardson Candidate campaigns, media, and SuperPacs spend big dollars in South Carolina because of its influential “first-in-the-South” primary position–known especially to predict Republican nominee winners and provide a perspective for African-American voter preferences in both parties.  How much will be spent in South Carolina this year?  By all measures, the presidential primaries should […]