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“Slimehouse” Prevails In Charleston

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Last-minute mailings containing demonstrable falsehoods about his GOP primary opponent’s voting history appear to have lifted S.C. Rep. Chip Limehouse (a.k.a. “Slimehouse”) to a narrow win in S.C. House District 110.

The eminently corrupt Charleston liberal won an eleventh term at the S.C. State House with 50.53 percent of the vote Рedging local businessman Russell Guerard by a mere 39 votes. Moreover, Limehouse won by just enough to avoid a mandatory recount of ballots cast.

Limehouse’s victory could come at a high price, though, as he is currently being sued by S.C. Gov. Nikki Haley’s lawyer – Butch Bowers – for several last-minute attack mailings that lied about Guerard’s voting record.

Not only is Limehouse facing a possible slander suit, but he could have violated state election law if his campaign had anything to do with the attack mailings against Guerard.

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