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The Democratic National Committee elected Jaime Harrison of South Carolina as chair on Thursday, signifying an early alignment between newly inaugurated President Joe Biden and state party leaders around the country.
A full analysis of where exactly the breakdown occurred will take many more months of data collection and dissection to complete.
U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham survived the most threatening challenge of his political career in 2020, handily defeating Democratic challenger Jaime Harrison to win reelection in a race that drew more national money and attention than any South Carolina contest in history.
Republican U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham saw a surge of financial momentum in the crucial closing weeks of the South Carolina race en route to securing reelection.
The creation of "Dirt Road PAC" comes as Harrison has emerged as the top contender to become the next chairman of the Democratic National Committee.
After losing to incumbent Sen. Lindsey Graham by 10 points, Harrison sat in the living room of his Columbia home on Thursday watching his 1-year-old son play with a toy bus. He tried to sound upbeat.
Democratic challenger Jaime Harrison spent more than $130 million en route to losing to Republican incumbent Lindsey Graham in South Carolina's closely watched U.S. Senate race this week, while Graham spent more than $100 million, according to their campaigns.
Far from the "New South" that Democratic challenger Jaime Harrison envisioned throughout his campaign, shifts were not dramatic in the biggest counties around the state, and in many smaller ones, Republican incumbent Lindsey Graham actually gained ground from his party's 2016 results.
After entering the race as the clear favorite in a historically conservative state that has not elected a Democrat to the U.S. Senate in more than two decades, Lindsey Graham went on to face a stronger challenge from Jaime Harrison than many political observers initially expected en route to his fourth term.
As South Carolina's high-profile U.S. Senate race barrelled toward election day, Republican incumbent Lindsey Graham and Democratic challenger Jaime Harrison spent the final week criss-crossing the state in pursuit of every last vote, leaving no stone unturned at the tail end of one of the most expensive electoral contests in history.