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Topic - Chad Connelly
After giving Mark Sanford the cold shoulder for months, the Republican establishment slowly is warming to the former governor's campaign for South Carolina's open House seat, with several key Republicans weighing in with endorsements in recent days.
Speaking to supporters at the grand opening of his state office here, GOP presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich said this weekend that his electoral fate hinges on the same Palmetto State voters who have correctly picked the eventual Republican nominee in every race since 1980.
With one word — "Oops" — Texas Gov. Rick Perry summed up his cringe-worthy Wednesday night debate performance and instantly turned the GOP presidential conversation away from Herman Cain.
Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain is vowing to "set the record straight" at a news conference one day after a fourth woman — and the first to reveal her identity — accused him of inappropriate sexual behavior a decade ago, the latest in a string of claims that have rocked his presidential campaign.
"Let's face it, special elections are quirky. It's more about turnout," he said.
Republican Chairman Chad Connelly said that as of Friday, 14 Republicans had expressed interest.