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Barack Obama’s First 2012 Campaign Ad

It speaks for itself:   Vote for Change in 2012

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Must-See Viral Videos

November 2nd is fast approaching, and we’re gearing up for another round of endorsements at the Charleston Reader. [Sorry for being away the past couple of months.] Until then, we have come across three videos that can be powerful tools … Continue reading

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Zais for Superintendent of Education

Elizabeth Moffly, candidate in the GOP primary run-off for State Superintendent of Education, has attended college, but in all of her 49 years, she apparently could never find the time to complete a degree. When we first heard this, we … Continue reading

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Berkeley Co. Endorsements: Retire Henry Brown, Send a National Message

In the June 8 primary for Berkeley County Supervisor, the Charleston Reader “reluctantly, half-heartedly” endorsed Hanahan mayor Minnie Blackwell for the job. We should have been more emphatic in our support for Blackwell, because it was the only GOP race … Continue reading

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Repeat: Vote Haley & Connor

In our previous endorsements, we have supported Nikki Haley for governor and Bill Connor for lieutenant governor. We stand behind those endorsements for many of the same reasons, but also because we believe the combination of the two of them … Continue reading

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Long-Term Win, Short-Term Slaughter

ABC News reports that the US Supreme Court has just invalidated over 500 rulings made by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), because the decisions were made by just two board members instead of the congressionally mandated quorum of three. … Continue reading

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Updated: Tell Us Who to Vote For

The Charleston Reader is currently preparing its endorsements for the June 22 primary run-off. Before we make our final commitments, we offer our readers the opportunity to weigh in on our impending decision–to beg us not to go the way … Continue reading

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