Then-S.C. Gov. Dick Riley shaking hands with President Jimmy Carter during a 1980 campaign rally in front of the S.C. Governor’s Mansion, a few days before Carter lost his re-election bid to Republican Ronald Reagan.
Then-S.C. Gov. Dick Riley shaking hands with President Jimmy Carter during a 1980 campaign rally in front of the S.C. Governor’s Mansion, a few days before Carter lost his re-election bid to Republican Ronald Reagan. Courtesy of the Richard W. Riley Papers, part of the S.C. Political Collections at the USC Librarie
Then-S.C. Gov. Dick Riley shaking hands with President Jimmy Carter during a 1980 campaign rally in front of the S.C. Governor’s Mansion, a few days before Carter lost his re-election bid to Republican Ronald Reagan. Courtesy of the Richard W. Riley Papers, part of the S.C. Political Collections at the USC Librarie
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The Buzz: S.C. Democrats reflect on Jimmy Carter

September 05, 2015 7:22 PM