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  • 'Constituent service is what I'm about': Inside Republican Ralph Norman's campaign in S.C. 5th District

    Ralph Norman of Rock Hill earned a hard-fought victory over a crowded Republican field in this spring's primary for South Carolina's 5th District Congressional seat. He has turned his focus to the June 20 general election against Democrat Archie Parnell. The Herald spent eight hours with Norman to get an inside look at what he stands for, and how he speaks to voters. The winner will replace Mick Mulvaney, who resigned to take a job in the Trump administration.

'Constituent service is what I'm about': Inside Republican Ralph Norman's campaign in S.C. 5th District

Ralph Norman of Rock Hill earned a hard-fought victory over a crowded Republican field in this spring's primary for South Carolina's 5th District Congressional seat. He has turned his focus to the June 20 general election against Democrat Archie Parnell. The Herald spent eight hours with Norman to get an inside look at what he stands for, and how he speaks to voters. The winner will replace Mick Mulvaney, who resigned to take a job in the Trump administration.
David Thackham dthackham@heraldonline.com