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By Zeke Miller, Michael Balsamo, Colleen Long, Aamer Madhani, Lolita Baldor, Associated Press
The Democratic Party on Saturday approved the reordering of its 2024 presidential primary, replacing Iowa with South Carolina in the leadoff spot.
By Will Weissert, Associated Press
Former President Donald Trump kicked off his 2024 White House bid with a stop Saturday in New Hampshire before heading to South Carolina, appearances in early-voting states marking the first campaign events since announcing his latest run more than two months ago.
By Meg Kinnard, Holly Ramer, Jill Colvin, Associated Press
Federal judges ordered South Carolina lawmakers to draw new congressional maps, ruling Friday that the U.S. House district lines of a seat flipped by Democrats four years ago were intentionally redrawn to split Black neighborhoods to dilute their voting power.
By James Pollard, Jeffrey Collins, Associated Press
The court issued a 3-2 decision Thursday saying the restriction enacted by the Deep South state violates a state constitutional right to privacy.
By James Pollard, Associated Press
The Democratic National Committee's rule-making arm made the move Friday to strip Iowa from the position it has held for more than four decades after technical meltdowns sparked chaos and marred results of the state's 2020 caucus.
By Zeke Miller, Meg Kinnard, Will Weissert, Associated Press
President Joe Biden says Democrats should give up "restrictive" caucuses and move to champion diversity in the order of their presidential primary calendar.
By Jeffrey Collins, Associated Press
After a dozen meetings and sessions over the summer and fall, South Carolina efforts to pass a stricter abortion law have failed. Senators Wednesday rejected a House-backed proposal and House members didn't return for another meeting to try and work…
South Carolina senators have again rejected a proposal to ban nearly all abortions in the state. But they left open a small chance Tuesday some compromise could be reached.
By Bobby Caina Calvan, Mike Schneider, Associated Press
Days after Hurricane Ian carved a path of destruction from Florida to the Carolinas, the dangers persisted, and even worsened in some places.
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