State Rep. Bakari Sellers, the Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor, told the Rotary Club of Orangeburg Wednesday morning that he would be able to get along well with incumbent Gov. Nikki Haley, a Republican, if both are elected in November, according to a story posted today on The Times and Democrat's website.
"Gov. Haley and I are both from Bamberg County," Sellers said. He described their communication as "cordial," the story said.
Sellers also said his Bamberg County roots and his six-point plan to revamp the Office on Aging are among his strengths.
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