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Topic - Lee Bright
Sen. Lindsey Graham is running laps around GOP competitors in the South Carolina primary race, but does not have enough support to avoid a two-person runoff race, according to a new survey.
Recent editorials from South Carolina newspapers:
South Carolina U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham has $7.6 million in campaign funds while fellow Republican U.S. Sen. Tim Scott has $3.1 million on hand for next fall's campaigns, giving them a formidable money advantage over their opponents.
State Sen. Lee Bright's campaign for U.S. Senate is giving away a rifle in a drawing.
U.S. Senate candidate Lee Bright will speak at a rally against abortion inside the South Carolina Statehouse.
Republicans who didn't heed the tea party's slogan on the Gadsden flag are about to experience the movement's wrath at the polls.
South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham may be in for a bumpy ride in his bid to secure a third term in November 2014, a new poll suggests.
Add South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham to the list of veteran GOP lawmakers who have drawn a challenge from the right for the 2014 midterm cycle.
State Sen. Lee Bright from Spartanburg, the only opponent of Graham to win an election, has been hobbled after reporting at least $1.4 million in debt from a trucking business he said failed because of onerous federal regulations.