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Stories by John Steinberger

Zito book chronicles Trump’s winning coalition

Journalist Salena Zito’s book, The Great Revolt, chronicles the disparate coalition of disgruntled voters who carried President Donald Trump to a massive Electoral College victory in the 2016 Presidential campaign.

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Meetings on Northbridge “Pig” plans set for July

West Ashley Revitalization Commission (WARC) Chair Peter Shahid announced Wednesday that public meetings on the future use of the former Northbridge Piggly Wiggly property will be held on July 10

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Revitalization Commission meets at Town & Country Wednesday

The West Ashley Revitalization Commission (WARC) will hold its June meeting Wednesday at 5:30 at the Town & Country Inn, 2008 Savannah Highway. The meeting will follow-up on May’s breakout

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Support conservation advocates for County Council

The mission statement for Lowcountry Source includes Responsible Development, Wetlands Conservation, and Drainage Maintenance. Two candidates for Tuesday’s Republican primary, Jackie Todd and Joe Qualey, embrace those principles. Todd is

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Sanford’s record makes him clear choice

Like many, I get annoyed when Representative Mark Sanford blasts President Trump on cable TV. However, his record tells me he is always a reliable conservative vote in the House.

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Putnam wants to modernize Secretary of State’s Office

Joshua Putnam entered the political arena in 2010, while still a student at North Greenville University. He came within 137 votes of toppling one of the most powerful political figures

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Vote Yes for party registration

There will be a ballot advisory issue on the Republican primary ballots Tuesday asking voters if they think South Carolina voters should be asked to register by political party. I

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Herlong the ethical choice for AG

Lowcountry Source  supports Greenville attorney William Herlong for South Carolina Attorney General. Incumbent Alan Wilson is running for a third term and has some ethical challenges and conflicts of interest

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Ferry boats could get bicyclists downtown

For many years, Charleston-area bicyclists have been clamoring for a way to safety get their bicycles from West Ashley to downtown Charleston and back. A plan to block off a

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Tecklenburg dedicates West Ashley Pig

Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg cut the ribbon at the grand opening for the West Ashley Piggly Wiggly Wednesday. The grocery store replaced the former Bi-Lo store at Quadrangle Shopping Center,

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