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  • VIDEO: What does it take to win a South Carolina primary?

    Democrats descend on the first state in the south for their primary on February 27, and this state is completely different from the others they've already encountered. From Walter Scott to the Confederate flag, race has played a huge role in this state this year, and will play an big role in deciding between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. The State Newspaper's Andy Shain explains.

VIDEO: What does it take to win a South Carolina primary?

Democrats descend on the first state in the south for their primary on February 27, and this state is completely different from the others they've already encountered. From Walter Scott to the Confederate flag, race has played a huge role in this state this year, and will play an big role in deciding between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. The State Newspaper's Andy Shain explains.
Natalie Fertig McClatchy