The current governor of South Carolina is Mark Sanford. A Republican.
The Republican Party currently holds a majority of seats in both houses of the South Carolina state legislature.
Legislators usually accepted money as bribes.
The South is Republican because of various racial issues.
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What does Lincoln believe the South fears most about his Republican administration?
he was a democrat
The current Governor of South Carolina is Nikki Haley(Republican). Haley assumed office as the 116th Governor of South Carolina on January 12, 2011.
South Carolina Governor's Mansion was created in 1855.
Independent Republican Party of South Carolina was created in 1872.
The current Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina is Ken Ard. Ard assumed office as Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina on January 12, 2011.
At any given time, there are 100 U.S. senators (2 for each state), not just one. Currently, (as of May 2013) they are:Richard Shelby, Republican, AlabamaJeff Sessions, Republican, AlabamaLisa Murkowski, Republican, AlaskaMark Begich, Democrat, AlaskaJohn McCain, Republican, ArizonaJeff Flake, Republican, ArizonaMark Pryor, Democrat, ArkansasJohn Boozman, Republican, ArkansasDianne Feinstein, Democrat, CaliforniaBarbara Boxer, Democrat, CaliforniaMark Udall, Democrat, ColoradoMichael Bennet, Democrat, CaliforniaRichard Blumenthal, Democrat, ConnecticutChris Murphy, Democrat, ConnecticutTom Carper, Democrat, DelawareChris Coons, Democrat, DelawareBill Nelson, Democrat, FloridaMarco Rubio, Republican, FloridaSaxby Chambliss, Republican, GeorgiaJohnny Isakson, Republican, GeorgiaBrian Schatz, Democrat, HawaiiMazie Hirono, Democrat, HawaiiMike Crapo, Republican, IdahoJim Risch, Republican, IdahoDick Durbin, Democrat, IllinoisMark Kirk, Republican, IllinoisDan Coats, Republican, IowaTom Harkin, Democrat, IowaPat Roberts, Republican, KansasJerry Moran, Republican, KansasMitch McConnell, Republican, KentuckyRand Paul, Republican, KentuckyMary Landrieu, Democrat, LouisianaDavid Vitter, Republican, LouisianaSusan Collins, Republican, MaineAngus King, Independent, MaineBarbara Mikulski, Democrat, MarylandBen Cardin, Democrat, MarylandElizabeth Warren, Democrat, MassachusettsMo Cowan, Democrat, MassachusettsCarl Levin, Democrat, MichiganDebbie Stabenow, Democrat, MichiganAmy Klobuchar, Democrat, MinnesotaAl Franken, Democrat, MinnesotaThad Cochran, Republican, MississippiRoger Wicker, Republican, MississippiClaire McCaskill, Democrat, MissouriRoy Blunt, Republican, MissouriMax Baucus Democrat, MontanaJohn Tester, Democrat, MontanaMike Johanns, Republican, NebraskaDeb Fischer, Republican, NebraskaHarry Reid, Democrat, NevadaDean Heller, Republican, NevadaJeanne Shaheen, Democrat, New HampshireKelly Ayotte, Republican, New HampshireFrank Lautenburg, Democrat, New JerseyBob Mendez, Democrat, New JerseyTom Udall, Democrat, New MexicoMartin Heinrich, Democrat, New MexicoChuck Schumer, Democrat, New YorkKirsten Gillibrand, Democrat, New YorkRichard Burr, Republican, North CarolinaKay Hagan, Democrat, North CarolinaJohn Hoeven, Republican, North DakotaHeidi Heitkamp, Democrat, North DakotaSherrod Brown, Democrat, OhioRob Portman, Republican, OhioRob Inhofe, Republican, OklahomaTom Coburn, Republican, OklahomaRon Wyden, Democrat, OregonJeff Merkley, Democrat, OregonBob Casey Jr., Democrat, PennsylvaniaPat Toomey, Republican, PennsylvaniaJack Reed, Democrat, Rhode IslandSheldon Whitehouse, Democrat, Rhode IslandLindsey Graham, Republican, South CarolinaTim Scott, Republican, South CarolinaJim Johnson, Democrat, South DakotaJohn Thume, Republican, South DakotaLamar Alaxeander, Republican, TennesseeBob Corker, Republican, TennesseeJohn Cornyn, Republican, TexasTed Cruz, Republican, TexasOrrin Hatch, Republican, UtahMike Lee, Republican, UtahPatrick Leahy, Democrat, VermontBernie Sanders, Independent, VermontMark Warner, Democrat, VirginiaTim Kaine, Democrat, VirginiaPat Murray, Democrat, WashingtonMaria Cantwell, Democrat, WashingtonJay Rockefeller, Democrat, West VirginiaJoe Manchin, Democrat, West VirginiaRon Johnson, Republican, WisconsinTammy Baldwin, Democrat, WisconsinMike Enzi, Republican, WyomingJohn Barrasso, Republican, Wyoming.
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In March 2012, Republican Glenn F. McConnell took over the 2011-2015 term as Lt. Gov. of South Carolina, to which Ken Ard had been elected.
The governor of South Carolina in 2000 was James Hovis Hodges. Hodges served as governor of South Carolina from January 13, 1999 until January 15, 2003.
The first Republican governor in 100 years to be elected in 1974 was James B. Edwards for the state of South Carolina.
The governor of South Carolina is Nikki Haley. See more about her by clicking related links.