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South Carolina Elections: Court Disqualifies Dozens Of Candidates Statewide

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The South Carolina state capitol in Columbia.
The South Carolina state capitol in Columbia.

The path to the S.C. Statehouse just got a lot easier for dozens of candidates.

And for dozens of others, it just became impossible - at least in 2012.

The S.C. Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that candidates who did not file proper disclosure forms with their signatures back in March cannot appear on the June primary ballots, according to the Associated Press.

Read the whole story at Spring Valley Patch

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