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Archie Parnell of Sumter is new to the political scene, but is campaigning for hard-to-win votes in South Carolina's Fifth Congressional District ahead of a June 20 general election. He faces off against Republican Ralph Norman for a spot in the House of Representatives. The Herald spent eight hours with Parnell to get an inside look at what he stands for, and how he speaks to voters. The winner will replace Mick Mulvaney, who resigned to take a job in the Trump administration. David Thackham dthackham@heraldonline.com
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