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https://www.cbsnews.com/live-news/2018-primary-election-results-tonight-virginia-south-carolina-maine-nevada-north-dakota-2018-06-12/

But Mark Sanford was a pretty outspoken critic of President Trump. It would be nice if politicians began to find out the jumping on the hate bandwagon isn't really as successful as them as it has been for people like John McCain. Then again McCain is on his way out. One other thing that the left will have a hard time rationalizing is wow they really want to play the women women women card, not every woman is Nancy Pelosi.

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what is odd, South Carolina has open primaries. Meaning dems can vote for republican nominees?

So dems can screw over the other party and get their best chance of their democrat winning?

(since the democratic party is known for putting whoever they want into elections... it doesn't matter

who the dems would vote for in dem primaries)

https://www.openprimaries.org/states_south_carolina

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26 minutes ago, calfoxwc said:

what is odd, South Carolina has open primaries. Meaning dems can vote for republican nominees?

So dems can screw over the other party and get their best chance of their democrat winning?

(since the democratic party is known for putting whoever they want into elections... it doesn't matter

who the dems would vote for in dem primaries)

https://www.openprimaries.org/states_south_carolina

South Carolina is pretty conservative so I imagine GOP votes in Dem primaries would definitely hold more sway.

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21 minutes ago, MLD Woody said:

Logic, if a Rep loses, it's because the Dems cheated. That's the only possible answer

Exactly! Our democracy has been interfering with by the Russians which caused... Wait a minute... The Republican won didn't he? Wow maybe you have it wrong Woodmere?

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Well coming from a gerrymandering state, I can tell you why it's so over-Republican represented. You should see some of the contortions the districts go through to insure control and isolation of some voter pockets. It's now before the US Supreme Court.

https://www.houstonchronicle.com/news/politics/texas/article/Gerrymandering-case-could-change-the-political-12851565.php

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