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SC Politics 9/7: Haley Releases New Campaign Ad

September 7, 2010

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Jim DeMint, Superstar

Chapin Labor Day festival full of art and politics [Video]

It’s uphill for Pratt against Clyburn

Graham on MSNBC Meet the Press

New Senate candidate in South Carolina race?

Anderson Independent: Anderson County Council to discuss business zoning along connector

Spurrier wants improved running game against UGA

It was a wide-open Week 1 in college football

Greenville News: Upstate among best places to be looking for work

Ticket writing to get easier in Mauldin

Greenville parking fines increase with each violation

Island Packet: Cheers! Research shows drinkers live longer

SC needs to do more for Iraq, Afghanistan veterans, lawmaker says

Beaufort County home sales buck downward trend

Candidates spar over Sheheen’s legal cases

Post & Courier: 3-ring election season

It’s uphill for Pratt against Clyburn

Q&A with gubernatorial candidates Nikki Haley and Vincent Sheheen

Factors favor GOP in governor races

Massive Dreamliner jet plant takes shape

Herald-Journal: Cherokee council to review architectural proposals for new base

Sheheen stages fundraiser Wednesday at Showroom

The Herald: Labor ad on Labor Day shows ‘backbone of our country’

Sheheen has posted workers’ comp income, but not to degree Haley claims

York County seeks public input on smoking ban

The Item: S.C. included in $330M in federal grants

Bishopville City Council Public Agenda: Tuesday, Sept. 7, 2010

No cameras allowed at debate after Spratt’s request

The State: Records show Sheheen’s workers’ comp income

Times & Democrat: Hospital considers cuts, increases in new budget

Paying for reform

SCRN: U.S. Senate write-in Greg Snoad to run on principle (AUDIO)

Study promises big return on “SC Grown” campaign (AUDIO)

Voters will decide about reserve fund in November

LAC: Getting the General Assembly’s questions answered (AUDIO)

2 Comments leave one →
  1. September 7, 2010 4:02 PM

    If you want to share articles from Greenville News, you’ll need to copy and paste them, as Greenville News now requires a paid subscription to read their web pages. I have refused to buy their paper for many years, and I’m not going to start paying to look at their website!

  2. September 8, 2010 10:30 AM

    Yeah not sure how to handle that situation… thx 4 comment.

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