Yancey McGill

Then-Sen. Yancey McGill (right) talks with outgoing Lt. Gov. Glenn McConnell before McGill was sworn in as the state’s new lieutenant governor in 2014. File

COLUMBIA, S.C. — Yancey McGill has a new state job with an annual salary of $122,000, according to a story posted at The State’s website.

The former Democratic lieutenant governor for half a year — and state senator for a quarter century — has taken a job as the state director of the S.C. Office on Aging in Lt. Gov. Henry McMaster’s office.

McGill told The State Wednesday that McMaster, a Columbia Republican, asked him to take the job.

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