Every four years, presidential candidates descend upon South Carolina in hopes of securing the state’s favor. For the right, winning the Palmetto state is almost a sure indicator of the party’s nomination. For the left, it signals the support of a McClatchy Brittany Peterson / McClatchy
Every four years, presidential candidates descend upon South Carolina in hopes of securing the state’s favor. For the right, winning the Palmetto state is almost a sure indicator of the party’s nomination. For the left, it signals the support of a McClatchy Brittany Peterson / McClatchy

South Carolina sees itself as testing ground for national campaigns

February 17, 2016 05:32 PM