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South Carolina

SC-01: Joe Cunningham (D) - Southeast: Charleston, Hilton Head Toss Up. It took a perfect storm in 2018 to elect Cunningham to a Lowcountry seat that voted for President Trump by 13 points in 2016. The ocean engineer and first-time candidate rode a blue wave to defeat GOP state Rep. Katie Arrington 51 percent to 49 percent. But the leading contributor: lingering GOP disunity after Arrington dethroned Trump critic and GOP Rep. Mark Sanford in the primary. There were other important factors: Cunningham, the aw-shucks son of a Kentucky Supreme Court justice, ran on a "Lowcountry over party" message. He and an outside group, 314 Action, hammered Arrington for waffling on

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