"I'm leaving for D.C. in the morning. I've got stuff to take care of. I ain't leaving. I'm staying around, but I've got stuff to take care of," Katie Arrington told the Charleston County Republican Party.
Caitlin Byrd is a political reporter at The Post and Courier and author of the Palmetto Politics newsletter. Before moving to Charleston in 2016, her byline appeared in the Asheville Citizen-Times. To date, Byrd has won 17 awards for her work.
"We lost because Mark Sanford could not understand that this race was about the conservative movement — and not about him," Katie Arrington said in her first public comments since her Election Night defeat.
Democrat Joe Cunningham took an early morning lead over Republican Katie Arrington for Charleston's seat in Congress and was declared the winner at 2 a.m. Wednesday morning.
Katie Arrington and Joe Cunningham spent their last full day of campaigning in South Carolina's most-watched congressional race by playing to their bases, with Cunningham sticking around blue Charleston County and Arrington reaching out to conservative Hilton Head Island and Summerville.
With Election Day just days away, President Donald Trump has recorded a last-minute robocall urging South Carolina voters to cast their ballots for Republican congressional candidate Katie Arrington.
The Republican National Congressional Committee is upping its TV buy to support Katie Arrington for Congress in her tightening race with Democrat Joe Cunningham.
South Carolina Republican congressional candidate Katie Arrington addresses supporters at a rally on Thursday Nov. 1, 2018, at Saltwater Cowbo…
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.