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    For years, the “Quinndom” – the Columbia-based Richard Quinn & Associates political consulting firm, headed by Richard Quinn – has been an institution in S.C. politics. Recently, however, Quinn’s network of influence got an unexpected boost, when longtime political client Henry McMaster became S.C. governor, filling the vacancy left when Gov. Nikki Haley resigned to join the Trump administration

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