ELECTION 2014: Ralph Norman weighs lieutenant governor run
12/18/2013 6:50 AM
12/18/2013 6:55 AM
From The State's sister paper, The (Rock Hill) Herald State Rep. Ralph Norman, R-Rock Hill, is considering a run for lieutenant governor after incumbent Glenn McConnell recently set his sights on an education position in Charleston.
Norman, who represents District 48 in York County, said he is “strong, strongly” considering the position after McConnell began eying the president’s office at the College of Charleston. McConnell has not formally announced his intentions, however.
Of McConnell, Norman said, “I got worried he was not going to run,” adding that he thinks McConnell has done a great job.
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