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South Carolina Elections: Federal Court To Hear Case To Restore 200 Candidates To Ballot

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South Carolina elected officials including Gov. Nikki Haley
South Carolina elected officials including Gov. Nikki Haley

A hearing will be held Thursday in Columbia to discuss a lawsuit that stripped nearly 200 candidates off the ballots for the state's June 12 primary.

The Associated Press reports that U.S. District Judge Cameron Currie is considering the matter at 3 p.m.

Read the whole story at Easley Patch

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