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In an article bylined Jamie Lovegrove, of the Post and Courier, Representative Jeff Duncan of South Carolina stated that he and his fellow cohorts in the House and Senate were not being seditious when they tried to usurp the voting public by protesting the election of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.

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The four House Republicans who previously announced their plans to object — U.S. Reps. Jeff Duncan of Laurens, William Timmons of Greenville, Ralph Norman of Rock Hill and Joe Wilson of Springdale — followed through, as did U.S. Rep. Tom Rice of Myrtle Beach, who had previously said he was unsure how he would vote.

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The eight Republican members of South Carolina's congressional delegation are divided on plans by some GOP lawmakers to object to the certification of November's presidential election results, with a majority supporting the longshot effort while others question the wisdom of seeking to overrule states' authority.

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U.S. Reps. Joe Wilson and Jeff Duncan plan to object to the January certification of Joe Biden’s presidential victory, alleging the November e…

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Most high-profile Republican politicians in South Carolina refrained from backing up President Donald Trump's evidence-free accusations Thursday night of widespread voter fraud costing him reelection, saying only that illegal votes should not be counted and they support investigating any alleged irregularities.