Long calls for Sanford to resign

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Mulvaney would like governor to take 60-day leave of absence

By Chris Sardelli

State Rep. Deborah Long of Indian Land has joined the increasing list of state lawmakers who are calling for Gov. Mark Sanford to resign.

Long, R-District 45, called the situation of Sanford’s affair “over the edge” and said it would be better for the state if he resigned.

“My hope is that he does resign so we can put this mess behind us,” Long said. “It’d be best for all of us if he’d resign because an impeachment is messy, embarrassing and costly to the state. I hope he has advisors who will tell him to do it.”

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