Election 2008

Huckabee Joins Race for Darlington's GOP Voters

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The latest state polls in Darlington County, South Carolina, show a dead heat among Mitt Romney, Rudolph Giuliani and John McCain as the January primary draws near. But the mostly religious conservative voters, in the home of NASCAR's Darlington Raceway, are paying more attention these days to Mike Huckabee.

On Tuesday night, the Darlington County Republicans got together for a BBQ and stump meeting. Presidential politics were on the menu, with a straw poll to see which Republican candidates were gaining speed.



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