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South Carolina is a solidly red, Republican state or so says the media and most observers. However, a closer look into history and the current state of politics might surprise you.
In 1974, a Lowcountry dentist named Jim Edwards waged a massive grassroots campaign to become the first Republican governor in 100 years. And it was only within the last two decades that Republicans gained majorities in the South Carolina General Assembly and among our state’s nine constitutional officers.
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