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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.
South Carolina's closely watched U.S. Senate race between Republican incumbent Lindsey Graham and Democratic challenger Jaime Harrison is shaping up to be one of the most competitive statewide contests the Palmetto State has seen in years.
The last-minute unity bid come as Harrison has sought to elevate third-party candidate Bill Bledsoe in the closing weeks of the race, running ads and sending out mailers to Republicans that call Bledsoe "too conservative" and "too pro-Trump" in an apparent attempt to peel off conservative voters from Graham's right flank.
The debate held by The Post and Courier, S.C. ETV and S.C. Public Radio will take place 7 p.m. Friday in Columbia with no audience.
This is the eighth and final installment of a series in The Post and Courier leading up to the election laying out the policy views of Republican incumbent Lindsey Graham and Democratic challenger Jaime Harrison on issues that matter most to South Carolina voters.
Pence helped kick-off U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham's reelection campaign a year and a half ago with rallies in Myrtle Beach and Greenville, and his return to the state could be an effort to help South Carolina's Republican incumbent close the deal in a race that has become much more competitive than initially expected.
Democratic challenger Jaime Harrison became the first U.S. Senate candidate in American history to pass the $100 million mark for fundraising and spending in early October as he continued to shatter national cash records in his race against South Carolina's Republican incumbent Lindsey Graham.
In a rare foray into a South Carolina political race, former President Barack Obama taped a new ad supporting Democratic U.S. Senate challenger Jaime Harrison in his bid to unseat Republican incumbent Lindsey Graham.
The ads from Democratic challenger Jaime Harrison alert South Carolina voters to the fact that Constitutional Party candidate Bill Bledsoe is still on the ballot and warns them that he is "too pro-Trump," which may appeal to any conservative voters dissatisfied with Republican incumbent Lindsey Graham.