Amazing because according to the so called experts Sanford was 9 points down just two weeks ago....Republican Mark Sanford and Democrat Elizabeth Colbert Busch are in a dead heat in their South Carolina race for Congress, as a new poll shows the embattled ex-governor erasing a deficit as voters make their final decision Tuesday.
The poll by Democratic-leaning Public Policy Polling (PPP) shows Sanford leading Colbert Busch by 1 percentage point, or 47% to 46% among likely voters. South Carolina's 1st District is a GOP stronghold, but Sanford has portrayed himself as a underdog as he fights for redemption after an extramarital affair in 2009 derailed his once-promising political career.
Poll: Sanford vs. Colbert Busch too close to call
Oh I am sure that will go over just fine....pfft! Bunch of cheaters liberals are....Elizabeth Colbert-Busch, the Democratic nominee for the South Carolina First Congressional District special election, is listed twice on today's ballot. Colbert-Busch is also the nominee of the Working Families party.
Dem Candidate Listed Twice on Ballot in South Carolina Special Election | The Weekly Standard
Oh so now the Obama administration is going to make sure that no lib is left out....And I am sure when they announce that Colbert-Busch won, in a district that reports a substantial amount more republicans than democrats, it'll be nothing to see here.....(Reuters) - The Justice Department will monitor voting in Charleston County, South Carolina, in Tuesday's special election to fill a House of Representatives seat, the department said on Monday.
Former South Carolina Republican Governor Mark Sanford is facing Democratic newcomer Elizabeth Colbert Busch, sister of television political satirist Stephen Colbert, in the First District House race.
The Justice Department said in a statement it was monitoring the election under provisions of the Voting Rights Act of 1965. The law bars election discrimination on the basis of race, color or membership in a minority language group.
The department did not give a reason for the monitoring. Tuesday's vote will take place under South Carolina's new law mandating photo identification for voters, and Justice Department monitors observed primary elections.
Justice Department to monitor South Carolina congressional election | Reuters
You libs better realize this ain't NC, this is the south you are screwing around with now.....