The congressional race between former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford, a Republican candidate known for his infamous antics, and Elizabeth Colbert Busch, a Democratic candidate known for her talk-show host brother’s antics, has garnered national attention for Georgia’s next-door neighbor.
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In South Carolina, women earn 76 cents on the dollar to men’s earnings.
Democratic congressional candidate Elizabeth Colbert Busch in an April 9, 2013, news release