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The best South Carolina political tweeters

at 11:03 AM ET, 01/18/2012

The South Carolina Republican presidential primary is now just four days away. That means it’s time to unveil our latest #FixList of the must-follow political people on Twitter in the Palmetto State.


Republican presidential hopeful former House Speaker Newt Gingrich addresses the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce January 17, 2012, in Columbia, South Carolina, in advance of this weekend's January 21, 2012 Republican presidential primary.PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP/Getty Images
Our full list — put together in consultation with our sources in South Carolina — is below. You can follow the full list with a single click and add your own suggestions for which South Carolina expertss we should be following on Twitter using the hashtag #Fixlist.

(Make sure to follow our best Iowa and New Hampshire political tweeters).

The Fix’s best South Carolina political tweeters

@fitsnews:Will Folks, FITS News blogger

@MattMooreSC : Matt Moore, South Carolina GOP Executive Director

@WesleyDonehue: Wesley Donehue, GOP web strategist

@ragley: Jay W. Ragley , former SCGOP Executive Director

@adambeam: Adam Beam, Reporter at The State

@joeldavidsawyer: Joel Sawyer, former spokesman for Governor Sanford

@jimdavenport_ap: Jim Davenport, SC-based AP political reporter

@BradWarthen: Brad Warthen, former Editor-in-Chief of The State

@bszobody: Ben Szobody, Greenville News reporter

@CoreyHutchins: Corey Hutchins, Free Times reporter

@JKuenzie: Jack Kuenzie, WIS TV reporter

@SenatorTomDavis: State Sen. Tom Davis, Ron Paul supporter

@Scott_English: Scott English, former Mark Sanford chief of staff

@robgodfrey: Rob Godfrey, spokeman for Governor Haley

@lukebyars: Former state director for Sen. Jim DeMint

 
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