Democrats are bullish about a Palmetto State pickup, but they have their work cut out for them.
There are really two winners in South Carolina's special election.
Few politicians have experienced the high and lows the former governor has been through in his career.
Berkeley and Dorchester Counties will be huge. So will the African American vote.
Whoever wins today in South Carolina, it means nothing.
Could losing actually mean winning for Democrats? Strange as it sounds, the answer is yes.
Does Elizabeth Colbert Busch have the edge now? Yes. Is Mark Sanford toast? Not yet.
A cursory look at recent elections in South Carolina shows the Working Families Party line generally gets between 2 percent and 4 percent of the vote.
If the former governor is going to pull off a political comeback culminating in a return to elected office, he’ll need the next seven days to go smoothly.