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It's our turn. Every four years since 1980, South Carolina has had its time in the national spotlight during the presidential primary season.
For most of those 28 years, South Carolina's Republican presidential primary has enjoyed that glaring light. And it's become the barometer state for GOP candidates hoping to get to the White House.
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