State Politics

Graham: ‘I have no interest in becoming attorney general’

Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham put to bed rumors that he would be interested in becoming the nation's next Attorney General.

Voters send 3 incumbents, 1 newcomer to CCSD school board

Voter turnout soars in Lowcountry compared to 2014 midterms

McMaster on election victory: ‘This is going to be great’

Smith concedes SC governor’s race to McMaster

Several Horry County residents report problems at certain polling locations

Man not allowed to wear Trump shirt votes shirtless

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Election officials respond to machine malfunctions following voter complaints of ‘changed votes’

On Election Day, a bald eagle was seen soaring in Murrells Inlet

SC sets midterm record for absentee voting

Cunningham, Arrington tell voters what they like about each other

2018 SC voter guide: Ballot questions, polling places, and more

How to avoid issues at the polls and other frequently asked questions

  Tracking the money: First Congressional District candidates

At almost four billion dollars, this election is the most expensive midterm in history, according to the Center for Responsive Politics.

MEET THE CANDIDATES: South Carolina Governor’s race

South Carolina voters will fill the highest seat at the State House in Tuesday’s election.

  MEET THE CANDIDATES: First Congressional District race

On Tuesday, the Lowcountry will choose its newest Congressman.

Poll: Half of SC residents approved of Kavanaugh appointment to Supreme Court

South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham turned heads during the hearings for his spirited defense of Kavanaugh, telling him that he had nothing to apologize for and calling the allegations against Kavanaugh an “unethical sham."

  Sen. Lindsey Graham plans to introduce legislation to end birthright citizenship

One week from Midterms, more than 24k have already voted in Tri-County

AG Wilson faces Lowcountry law professor Constance Anastopoulo in attorney general race

Second in-person absentee voting location opens in Summerville

Sen. Bernie Sanders urges South Carolina to fight for Medicare for all at Saturday rally

Democrats have 2020 vision with stops in SC as President Trump continues GOP push

Your 2018 General Election Guide

Here’s a quick guide to help answer basic questions like “Where do I vote?” and “What’s on the ballot?”

McMaster and Smith face off in first of two televised gubernatorial debates

South Carolina voters head to the polls in the General election in just a few weeks.

Young SC voters are getting registered, but numbers still fall short of older generations

After a year of political back-and-forths, it seems like the push to bring out young voters has been greater than ever. But numbers from the South Carolina Election Commission show that registered voters ages 18-24 here are still lagging among other age groups.

Former Vice President Biden visits Charleston Saturday

Former Vice President Joe Biden is making a stop in the Holy City Saturday.

Absentee voting begins Monday in the Tri-County

You don’t need to wait for election day to get your ballot in. In-person absentee voting starts Monday in Charleston, Dorchester, and Berkeley County.

Lindsey Graham, Tim Scott react to Kavanaugh Supreme Court confirmation

On Saturday, the Senate voted 50-48 to confirm Judge Brett Kavanaugh as the newest associate justice.Many public figures took to Twitter to express their reactions to the vote.

Dan Johnson, former top-aid arraigned on federal charges

Suspended 5th Circuit Solicitor Dan Johnson and his former director of communications Nicole Holland were arraigned Tuesday morning on more than two dozen federal charges related to misuse of public funds.

SC voter registration deadline extended 10 days because of Hurricane Florence

South Carolinians now have a little more time to register to vote.