South Carolina voted to be able to continue voting for the constitutional officer who oversees the largest portion of South Carolina’s state budget and the education of 700,000 of our citizens, the state schools superintendent.
South Carolina voted to be able to continue voting for the constitutional officer who oversees the largest portion of South Carolina’s state budget and the education of 700,000 of our citizens, the state schools superintendent. Tracy Glantz The State file photo
South Carolina voted to be able to continue voting for the constitutional officer who oversees the largest portion of South Carolina’s state budget and the education of 700,000 of our citizens, the state schools superintendent. Tracy Glantz The State file photo