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The Potential Replacements for Sen. Jim DeMint -- VIDEO

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December 6, 2012

Take a look at some of the possible replacements for departing South Carolina Sen. Jim DeMint.  

The short list currently includes Rep. Mike Mulvaney, former South Carolina Attorney General Henry McMaster, South Carolina State Rep. Nathan Ballentine, and first term Rep. Tim Scott.

 

Congressman Tim Scott's speech at the RNC 2012

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