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By Jamie Sanderson on November 25, 2010

Senator DeMint,

Enough of your BS. Your politics hasn't done anything to benefit South Carolina. I urge you - as a servant of the people - to stop pandering to the fringe and do what you were sent to do, get our state the funds it deserves for projects and investments...

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By Jamie Sanderson on February 23, 2010

People here in Georgetown often ask me why I am who I am. Why do I stand for what I stand for. Why not follow the crowd. It's plain and simple.

The beliefs I have are fundamental. My father told me when I was a little boy, starting to get interested in politics, that it didn't matter what political party I supported - just as long as you stay true to yourself. To this day, I am doing just that.

I fight and argue for the people who need a comeback. In this day and age, people are struggling. And to be honest, it's going to take more than politics to get us of of the mess we are in. It's going to take us. Whatever our talents are, we should use them to help others in need in this moment of uncertainty.

I will do that with this column.

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By Jamie Sanderson on February 19, 2010

Democratic gubernatorial candidate for S.C. governor Mullins McLeod announced today he was dropping his bid to become head of the state and will endorse Vincent Sheheen. Here's McLeod's full statement.

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By Jamie Sanderson on February 2, 2010

The Coalition for Chemical Safety – a nationwide organization dedicated to supporting comprehensive reform of our country’s chemical safety laws – today surpassed the 150-member mark with individuals and organizations from across the country signing up to support its efforts.

"Although Chemical safety reform is not getting the attention we think it deserves, the fact that 150 organizations – ranging from a small computer maintenance company in Helena, Montana to the Illinois State Council of Operation Engineers – proves that it is an issue that deeply concerns many Americans," said Coalition for Chemical Safety Executive Director Joe Householder.

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By Jamie Sanderson on January 30, 2010

I want to be really honest with my fellow liberals and progressives. A true liberal is not going to win in South Carolina. There has to be a foundation built in order to get that done. Let's read on as I share with you Chad McGowan's stances on issues that matter to us and why he needs to be our next U.S. senator.

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By Jamie Sanderson on January 23, 2010

As if there’s nothing more insulting or embarrassing, we have a sitting lieutenant governor open his big mouth can compare the needy – including children – to “stray animals”.

“My grandmother was not a highly educated woman, but she told me as a small child to quit feeding stray animals. You know why? Because they breed. You’re facilitating the problem if you give an animal or a person ample food supply. They will reproduce, especially ones that don’t think too much further than that. And so what you’ve got to do is you’ve got to curtail that type of behavior. They don’t know any better,” Bauer said.

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By Jamie Sanderson on January 20, 2010

Jane Dyer announced today that she is running again in South Carolina for U.S. Congress. She will be a Democratic candidate in SC-3. Here's her full statement.

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By Jamie Sanderson on January 18, 2010

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By Jamie Sanderson on January 14, 2010

Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate Chad McGowan answered questions on Facebook last night for an hour. Here’s the rundown.

Q: What are your feelings about the Confederate Flag flying on state grounds?

Chad: The issue of the Confederate flag on statehouse grounds was the subject of terribly contentious debate. The state legislature came to what they thought was a reasonable compromise. This is purely a state issue and so I think it would be wrong for the US Senate to intervene in something like this. I understand the arguments on both sides and frankly haven’t spent much time thinking about my personal views on the flag.

My biggest concern are those that deal the federal issues. I’m not trying to dodge the question, just haven’t had a chance to think about it much.

Q: How can we make sure the remaining stimulus coming to our state will go to creating jobs in SC?!

Chad: Here’s what we do. To the extent federal money is not tied up by federal law, we use the remaining stimulus for the following: 1) put every laid off teacher in this state back into the classroom. 2) send it to the cities and counties to put every laid off police officer and firefighter back on the job. 3) to the extent there is unfunded state procurements, buy what the state needs so long as they are bought from SC companies and to the fullest extent possible made in SC first and made in USA second. That’s a start.

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By Jamie Sanderson on January 13, 2010

Below is an op-ed, written by Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate Chad McGowan. He's running against Jim DeMint - the teabagger.

This country is divided into two competing political camps. You're either a Republican or a Democrat. You either watch Fox News or MSNBC. You mistrust, even hate, the other party. And if your guys are out of power, you count down the days until they're back on top.

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