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Topic - David Beasley
He showed he could attract voters without spending a dime on paid advertising, and former South Carolina Gov. David Beasley, who is supporting the campaign, said it could be a race-changing moment.
"He should be able to begin accumulating resources, which should help him in New Hampshire and South Carolina," Mr. Beasley said. "If he goes into South Carolina with money — Katie, bar the door."