It’s a little less than a month away from the Supreme Court making a decision on South Carolina’s gerrymandering case in the First Congressional District. It comes after federal judges said the district was intentionally drawn in a way to discriminate against black voters.
A Democrat looking to knock Rep. Nancy Mace from her seat in South Carolina’s First Congressional District is renewing calls for the state to honor whatever decision the Supreme Court makes in its upcoming racial gerrymandering case.
A forum to allow voters to hear from the city of Charleston’s mayoral candidates on Tuesday was postponed after one candidate said she and the other woman running for the seat were excluded from the event.
A father’s pride was on full display Friday at the Center for the Arts in Rock Hill, as state Rep. Brandon Guffey, R – York, guided Gov. Henry McMaster through a roomful of art bearing the signature of his son, Gavin.