COLUMBIA, SC — Maybe it takes declaring a first to find a first.
That seems the case in the state Superintendent of Education Race where Meka Childs' campaign said, after researching the topic and no other names surfacing, that her nomination would be a first for an African-American woman getting the GOP nomination to a statewide office. But Senate President Pro Tempore John Courson, R-Richland, could recall another name for The Buzz.
Also, U.S. Senate hopeful and state Sen. Lee Bright learned how one of his prize proposals -- a bill that would allow people to carry firearms without licenses or training -- found itself almost off of the agenda. Read more here.