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Latest Mark Sanford Items
Rep. Mark Sanford is spending time this week meeting with constituents in his coastal South Carolina congressional district.
Gov. Nikki Haley has ceremoniously signed a bill being called the largest overhaul of state government in two decades.
Charmeka Childs will run to be South Carolina's next schools superintendent, she told The Associated Press on Tuesday, regarding a campaign that could make history.
Some mayors in the Lowcountry think U.S. Rep. Mark Sanford needs to pay more attention to national issues.
Recent editorials from South Carolina newspapers:
A bill being talked about as the largest overhaul of state government in 20 years is on its way to desk of Gov. Nikki Haley, who praises the restructuring both she and her predecessor fought for as bringing South Carolina out of the dark ages.
After a decade of debate, the Legislature approved a bill overhauling state government, giving a victory to both Gov. Nikki Haley and her Democratic opponent.
Gov. Nikki Haley's proposal to improve public schools by focusing on poor, rural students - and to start a multi-year effort with a $160 million investment - stunned educators and legislators of both parties, who applaud what they consider her about-face on education.
The Argentine woman at the heart of Rep. Mark Sanford’s political downfall said in a first-of-its-kind media interview that she did not commit adultery with the former South Carolina governor – despite his own admission of the affair in 2009.