• By winning re-election Tuesday, Republican Gov. Nikki Haley became just the fourth S.C. governor elected to a second term in office. But as the 42-year-old Bamberg native prepares to push workforce training and road-repair plans when the General Assembly reconvenes in January, political observers and allieswonder if Haley will finish her final four-year go-around.
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Voter Voices: Governor’s race
• Republican U.S. Sen. Tim Scottcruised to victory Tuesday in a historic win as South Carolina’s first African American elected to the U.S. Senate and the first black elected to statewide office since Reconstruction.
Voter voices: U.S. Senate
Elections 2014 Results
Lindsey Graham, S.C. incumbents win
McMaster wins SC’s final lieutenant governor’s race
Molly Spearman to lead SC Schools
Finlay beats McCulloch for Richland House seat
Tillis defeats US Sen. Hagan in North Carolina
Republicans seize Senate, set up clash with Obama
Lexington County penny sales tax crushed
S.C. likely will appoint adjutant general
Voters change Richland 2 board’s racial makeup
Lexington 2 voters approve school upgrades; Kershaw County voters reject similar plan
Richland declares election a success; Lexington’s long ballot did not cause big delays
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