In the weeks since his stunning victory in South Carolina, Democrat Joe Cunningham has been looking to capitalize — literally — on his win.
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Whether political signs are in trouble or are just plain troublesome depends on that age-old real estate adage: Location, location, location.
The 61-year-old former hedge fund manager had an acute understanding of the political optics surrounding his trip Tuesday to South Carolina, an early presidential primary state that attracted visits from more than 20 potential Democratic hopefuls in recent months.
Madeleine Westerhout, a College of Charleston graduate who now works for President Donald Trump in the White House, has gotten into trouble fo…
Tom Steyer's impending visit to South Carolina does little to quell rumors that the political activist is mulling a 2020 presidential run of his own.
After the president thanked himself for dropping oil prices and referred to himself as "President T," Joe Cunningham — or "Congressman C" — took a jab at Donald Trump.
"My signature on that letter doesn't come as a surprise to her because I've told her the same thing," Joe Cunningham said, shrugging his shoulders.
The Republican National Congressional Committee is upping its TV buy to support Katie Arrington for Congress in her tightening race with Democrat Joe Cunningham.
With just days left before the Nov. 6 midterm election, the candidates in South Carolina's 1st Congressional District race answer key questions on health care.
U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham can thank the "Kavanaugh bump" for his newfound popularity back in his home state of South Carolina, Winthrop University poll results show.