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“We have a state that’s changing demographically and culturally” Noble explained, “and we need a leader who is able to work with both sides of government to achieve new results”.

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On June 12, too few Charlestonians will make it out to the polls to vote in the primary elections. But, if you're planning on making it to the polls, here's everything you need to know.

On Tuesday, the College of Charleston hosted the South Carolina Democratic Gubernatorial Primary Debate. The three candidates vying for the Democratic nomination are Phil Noble, Marguerite Willis, and James Smith.

I’ve been casually following the 2016 presidential candidates for both political parties for several months now. Who the hell do you like in this putrid race for the White House?

Every single person running for mayor has come out in support of extending I-526. Why is Charleston intent on destroying it's culture? Stop the madness.

On November 3rd, 2015, the people of Charleston will do something that has not been done since 1975: go vote in a mayoral race that won’t have Joseph P. Riley, Jr. on the ballot. For this historical election, I decided to research the candidates to discover more about them, and determine who were my top choices and who I felt needed one more four year term before winning the hottest seat in town.

If Ginny Deerin is successful in her upcoming bid to be Charleston, South Carolina’s next mayor, she will make history, becoming Charleston’s first female mayor and South Carolina’s first LGBT mayor.

While late night imbibers get the crackdown, Charleston vies for another national win. It's the Chucktown vs Nashvegas smackdown in Food & Wine's online poll. Drink up and vote!

Meet a candidate for Secretary of State, a mover, a shaker, and a woman with a plan. This lady may not be your typical choice on the ballot, but don't count her out, she's ready to make major changes.

Did Monday night's debate between Colbert Busch and Sanford fail? Have we, as a voting public—drunk on their distilled solutions—come to accept a standard of reasoning that lacks... reason?

I couldn't help it, I laughed—and I laughed HARD, the way we do sometimes. Right up until the joke was on me. Here's the story of me, a military vet, and my right side view mirror....

Now that the election's over, I need to reveal myself—to come out of the political closet. I'm an elephonktarian. Feel free to use to the term to describe yourself, too, should you feel so inclined

We all know the old-school safety tips for the year's scariest night... But are you up on the latest and greatest digital tools for 21st-century trick or treating?

It's no secret: recruiting the best employees is a challenge. Using social media will help—but only if you use it correctly. Here are tips (like which site's the most effective) for doing just that

It's time people stop attaching their faith to political candidates. They'll build Perfectville, alright—but it's for them, their yes-men, and a few choice 21-year-old interns

In the search for your next superstar employee, which reigns supreme: experience or attitude? HR veteran Pat Eardley weighs in on finding talent for the long haul