Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders speaks to voters at the The Medallion Center on Garners Ferry Road Friday night in Columbia, South Carolina. Sanders also visited Greenville during his first stop in the state since becoming a presidential candidate.
Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders speaks to voters at the The Medallion Center on Garners Ferry Road Friday night in Columbia, South Carolina. Sanders also visited Greenville during his first stop in the state since becoming a presidential candidate. Sean Rayford Special to the State
Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders speaks to voters at the The Medallion Center on Garners Ferry Road Friday night in Columbia, South Carolina. Sanders also visited Greenville during his first stop in the state since becoming a presidential candidate. Sean Rayford Special to the State
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Bernie Sanders makes his pitch to conservative SC voters

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