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  • Voters elect 22-year-old to SC House of Representatives

    Voters elect 22-year-old to SC House of Representatives

    Wednesday, January 18 2017 12:22 PM EST2017-01-18 17:22:56 GMT
    Republican Brandon Newton, 22, defeated Democratic challenger Tyler Mitchell (Michael Clark | WBTV)Republican Brandon Newton, 22, defeated Democratic challenger Tyler Mitchell (Michael Clark | WBTV)

    A 22-year-old from Lancaster County will be the youngest member of the South Carolina House of Representatives after he was elected Tuesday night.

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    A 22-year-old from Lancaster County will be the youngest member of the South Carolina House of Representatives after he was elected Tuesday night.

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  • NBC Decision 2016 LIVE coverage

    NBC Decision 2016 LIVE coverage

    (Source: WIS)(Source: WIS)

    Live Decision 2016 coverage from NBC News.

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    Live Decision 2016 coverage from NBC News.

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  • Elections officials: Double check those photo ID's before you vote!

    Elections officials: Double check those photo ID's before you vote!

    Monday, November 7 2016 5:35 PM EST2016-11-07 22:35:35 GMT
    Monday, November 7 2016 7:28 PM EST2016-11-08 00:28:26 GMT
    FILE (FOX Carolina)FILE (FOX Carolina)

    Elections officials in Greenville County are reminding people to remember to bring a photo I.D. to the polls, or else they will be turned away from voting! 

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    Elections officials in Greenville County are reminding people to remember to bring a photo I.D. to the polls, or else they will be turned away from voting! 

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  • Presidential candidates making last stops in NC before election

    Presidential candidates making last stops in NC before election

    Monday, November 7 2016 12:45 AM EST2016-11-07 05:45:11 GMT

    In the weeks leading up to Tuesday's election, voters in North Carolina have become accustomed to the presidential candidates, as well as their families and political allies, making frequent campaign stops in the Tar Heel State. Political experts are calling North Carolina an important battleground state. "North Carolina could help potentially decide not only the presidency, but control of the U.S. Senate," said Dr. Michael Bitzer. Each election, experts emphasize how cru...

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    In the weeks leading up to Tuesday's election, voters in North Carolina have become accustomed to the presidential candidates, as well as their families and political allies, making frequent campaign stops in the Tar Heel State. Political experts are calling North Carolina an important battleground state. "North Carolina could help potentially decide not only the presidency, but control of the U.S. Senate," said Dr. Michael Bitzer. Each election, experts emphasize how cru...

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  • Not just Clinton or Trump - South Carolinians have 7 presidential candidates to choose from

    Not just Clinton or Trump - South Carolinians have 7 presidential candidates to choose from

    Thursday, November 3 2016 10:32 PM EDT2016-11-04 02:32:57 GMT
    Source: WMBF NewsSource: WMBF News

    While many voters are deciding between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump as the two major party candidates, in South Carolina, the reality is there are seven presidential hopefuls to choose from.

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    While many voters are deciding between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump as the two major party candidates, in South Carolina, the reality is there are seven presidential hopefuls to choose from.

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  • My Take: The Millennial vote

    My Take: The Millennial vote

    Monday, October 31 2016 12:27 PM EDT2016-10-31 16:27:50 GMT

    We are entering the final days of the 2016 Presidential campaign. And one of the biggest emerging story lines is the Millennial vote. 18 to 35-year-olds now represent more than 69 million voters. However, some question not only who they will vote for but if they will show up to the polls at all.  

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    We are entering the final days of the 2016 Presidential campaign. And one of the biggest emerging story lines is the Millennial vote. 18 to 35-year-olds now represent more than 69 million voters. However, some question not only who they will vote for but if they will show up to the polls at all.  

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