FIRST ON BUZZ: Democratic candidate for governor Vincent Sheheen is out with a new TV ad today, hitting his rival Republican Gov. Nikki Haley on how she handled notifying the public after a 2012 hacking incident that resulted in the theft of millions of S.C. taxpayers’ personal and financial information.
The ad comes a day after Sheheen, a state senator from Camden, charged that Haley is misleading the public in touting her welfare-to-work success numbers because they include people who are paid low wages for so few hours that they still may need state assistance.
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