State Politics

January 18, 2012 1:39 PM

South Carolina's slogan this week: The land of political sight-seeing

South Carolina attracts golfers, beach-goers -- and political junkies. For the second time in four years, Rick Langholz and his wife drove from Falls Church, Va., to check out the S.C. GOP presidential candidates weeks before their state can cast ballots.

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