An example of some of the hyper-focused advocacy that opposition to "repeal and replace" has encouraged from local groups like Midlands Indivisible, the group responsible for this parody. The video was released by Midlands Indivisible as group Indivisible groups around SC held coordinated protests in each congressional district against the bill that was pulled before a Senate vote.
Marry You for Health Care - Bruno Mars parody
SC Gov. Henry McMaster wants a new way to fund pension plan
Gov. McMaster opposing gas tax to fix South Carolina roads
Rep. Joe Neal on the environment, companies taking advantage of lax regulations
SC Rep. Joseph Neal argues for removing the Confederate battle flag from State House grounds
SC delegates' view of Katy Perry at the DNC
United States of Swag: DNC edition
Columbia Mayor Benjamin says he'll vote for Hillary Clinton to keep promise to daughters
Ted Cruz draws boos after refusing to endorse Trump
The RNC's mistake by the lake
Ivanka Trump introduces her father at the Republican National Convention
S.C. Democratic Party chair Jaime Harrison explains the "Enough is Enough" campaign
South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster spoke to the media April 19 about his desire to find a way, other than increased taxes, to fund the pension plan in the state. McMaster signed the pension fix into law Tuesday, April 25.
Columbia Mayor Steve Benjamin on Tuesday vowed to help elect Hillary Clinton because of a promise he made to his daughters last year after meeting the presidential candidate. Benjamin addressed the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday in Philadelphia.
In his speech Wednesday night at the GOP Convention, Ted Cruz refused to endorse Donald Trump, instead saying “vote your conscience” which drew loud boos from inside Quicken Loans Arena.
McClatchy politics editor Steve Thomma, GOP strategist Kevin Madden, State political correspondent Jamie Self and Charlotte Observer political correspondent Jim Morrill discuss what Donald Trump needs to do in his Thursday acceptance speech in order to energize the delegates and electorate.
A large police presence, including South Carolina State troopers, prevented multiple groups of protesters from clashing as demonstrations intensified on Tuesday at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. (CREDITS: Jessica Koscielniak & Hector Amezcua / McClatchy and The Sacramento Bee)
The Heritage Act, which the Legislature amended on July 9, 2015, in order to remove the Confederate flag from the State House grounds — a mandate carried out on a sunny morning one year ago Sunday, in a solemn seven-minute ceremony attended by 10,000 and punctuated by understandable but unseemly cheers and chants.