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Report: Trump Campaign Actively Discussing Radical Measures to Bypass Election Results

A jarring new report from The Atlantic claims that the Trump campaign is discussing potential strategies to circumvent the results of the 2020 election, should Joe Biden defeat Donald Trump, by first alleging the existence of rampant fraud and then asking legislators in battleground states where the Republicans have a legislative majority to bypass the …

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Witness Signature Not Required on Absentee Ballots in SC Once Again

COLUMBIA, S.C. — Absentee voting rules have changed once again in South Carolina. The latest court ruling says ballots will not need a witness signature for the General Election.  “I was completely terrified that they were not going to count my vote,” absentee voter Brittany Risher said.  Like many South Carolina absentee voters, Risher is …

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In Pennsylvania, a Win for Democracy – and a Loss for President Trump

“WHAT WE want election night to look like is a system that’s fair, a situation where we know who the president of the United States is on election night,” White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said on Fox News earlier this month. The former does not imply the latter. Quite the opposite: Running a fair …

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SC needs more women — and men — to volunteer in state government

Post and Courier Actually, the diversity that improves government — and all organizations — needs women as well as men, blacks as well as whites or even Democrats as well as Republicans. It includes young, old and every age in between, professionals and laypeople, parents and non-parents, married, single and divorced, rural, urban and suburban, …

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SC launches project to get more women appointed to state boards, commissions

Post and Courier A group that encourages women to get involved in the political process is launching a program to recruit women for positions on boards and commissions that are appointed by the governor. SC Women in Leadership, the nonpartisan group launched earlier this year in an effort to encourage women statewide to seek elected …

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