Schuyler Kropf is The Post and Courier political editor. He has covered every major political race in South Carolina dating to 1988, including for U.S. Senate, governorship, the Statehouse and Republican and Democratic presidential primaries.
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A Missouri U.S. senator wants to break up the federal bureaucracy in Washington. He thinks the Department of Veterans Affairs would be a perfect fit in South Carolina.
The U.S. Secretary of State is coming to The Citadel on Monday.
Cory Booker will be at Palmetto Brewing Co., 289 Huger St. in Charleston, on Friday, Nov. 8. The event begins at 3 p.m., with the questioning start time set for 4 p.m.
In the exit poll, newer city voters favored Mike Seekings; older city residents favored John Tecklenburg.
He plans to spend November and much of his time leading up to the Feb. 11 New Hampshire Republican primary in the Granite State.
Even though the official shooting anniversary is six years away, there's a lot in motion now, including support from politicians from both sides of the aisle to promote the state's role breaking from the British Empire — the original Brexit.
President Donald Trump compared the House impeachment process against him to a "lynching" on Twitter, igniting yet more controversy in an already polarizing political process.
Because of the state's move to more cumbersome paper ballots, the 2020 presidential election count is shaping up to be long and delayed event.
"We did the 'No Beto' lower receiver as a way to show solidarity with our customers and his blatant attack on the 2nd Amendment," a spokeswoman said.
“I respect my wife and all women, y’all should give it a try," Rep. Joe Cunningham said in comments directed at Republican congressional campaign officials. "Let’s show them there’s a price for living in the gutter.”