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The Post and Courier 7h
How did Democrat turn the 1st Congressional District blue for the first time in four decades? His stance on offshore was likely a factor.
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Jamie Lovegrove Nov 13
"Republicans got a wake-up call last week,” writes. "But will we wake up?" "My party would be wise to take a step back from President Trump’s approach to politics."
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Jamie Lovegrove Nov 14
Asked if will move over to finance chairmanship, clearing the way for him to take over judiciary, says it’s still up in the air. “He’s been a great chairman. Whatever he decides, I’m ok with.”
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Jamie Lovegrove Nov 16
Together with the North Carolina senators, and notify the appropriations committee leaders that they'll be making additional requests for Hurricane Florence recovery funding.
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Andria Krewson 3h
How will vote on Thomas Farr's nomination to a district court seat? Because 2022 comes right after 2020.
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Bristow Marchant Nov 14
. talks about attending Martin Luther King's Atlanta funeral as student. Says divisions in country now remind him of 1968.
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Jamie Lovegrove Nov 15
On MSNBC, says he'll build a stable of younger deputies if elected majority whip. "The young people coming in have the capacity and we should start giving them the practical experience that is needed to develop the wisdom and the know-how to move forward."
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Caitlin Byrd Nov 13
Joe Cunningham heads to Washington today — but so is Katie Arrington
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Jamie Lovegrove Nov 16
In a new letter to the S.C. congressional delegation, says the state's latest estimates of federal recovery funds needed for Hurricane Florence damage are now $607M, less than half of the $1.23B preliminary estimate from September.
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Caitlin Byrd 5h
Speaking on NPR, outgoing U.S. Rep. Mark Sanford talks about what he sees as a need for the GOP to do an autopsy after the midterms : "This idea of shrinking the base is a problem. And so you can't be just the party of white men, end of story."
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Brian Murphy Nov 10
"In the world of hyper-partisanship and great political polarization, ‘warm,’ ‘pleasant’ and, to some degree, ‘kind’ goes a long way and is certainly in contrast to today’s political environment," on Rep.-elect
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Adam Benson Nov 13
Despite not changing its stance on adding Krabbe to its newborn screening panel, a bipartisan delegation from will introduce "Dylan's Law" in the upcoming session to mandate it, they tell me.
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ABC News 4 Nov 13
A poll of nearly 3,000 Republican voters asked who they'd support to challenge Democrat Joe Cunningham for Congress in 2020. Two very familiar names topped the list.
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Yates Wilburn Nov 13
Just so people don't think I'm nuts, lol: I'm just happy someone saw it 🤣. I mean, saw it, but I think that's about it, lol. for Congress! .
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James Aiken 👔 Nov 11
Will Trey Gowdy be our next Attorney General?
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Jamie Lovegrove Nov 16
Just ran into walking on to the House floor. He confirmed they have "far exceeded" the number of commitments for to get majority whip but are "still not taking anything for granted" and will continue to make their case in the coming weeks.
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lisa savage 13h
So proud of my friend for courageously speaking of strengths & struggles of being in We need more leaders of integrity!
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ABC News 4 Nov 10
told the AP he is, "a man of his word, and will keep the promise he made to voters, and will not vote for for Speaker under any circumstance."
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Jamie Lovegrove Nov 15
"Everyone has to do their own thing, but I've been very direct from the very beginning and told people where I stood and why I stand there," said. "So that's my position and I'll continue to have it."
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Bristow Marchant Nov 14
New Sen. talks with Richland Sheriff Leon Lott before being sworn in at the State House.
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