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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Tickets for the private fundraiser — Joe Biden’s first in Charleston — ranged from $500 to $2,800.
Amanda Cunningham, wife of Democrat Joe Cunningham, took to social media to unload about what she saw as shortcomings in the congressional health care plan.
The popular city-owned site overlooking Charleston Harbor is sometimes referred to locally as "Sunrise Park" for its eastward views.
U.S. Attorney for South Carolina Sherri A. Lydon was nominated for a federal judgeship Thursday by President Donald Trump.
Bernie Sanders wasn't competitive with Hillary Clinton in South Carolina in 2016. He expects 2020 to be much different.
"A reasonable mind would say this is kind of silly," S.C. Republican National Committeewoman Cindy Costa said of holding a primary that would give challengers a stage versus President Donald Trump.
The good outweighs the bad when it comes to former Sen. Robert Ford, said colleague state Rep. Wendell Gilliard, D-Charleston, who hopes to name a new state building in Ford's honor.
The Roosevelt Caucus, which Graham is a co-chair, is named after Republican President Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt, who created the U.S. Forest Service in 1905 and worked to conserve 230 million acres during his presidency.
A key foe of the Panthers' South Carolina headquarters deal said the team wasted money paying for lobbyists because so many top lawmakers already were going to bat for the complex.
The overwhelming majority of S.C. Democrats, 65 percent, said they prefer a nominee who would be a strong candidate against President Donald Trump even if they disagree with that candidate on most issues.