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    Republican Ralph Norman of Rock Hill celebrated with hundreds of supporters Tuesday night after winning a special election to fill the South Carolina 5th District Congressional seat. Norman ran against Democrat Archie Parnell of Sumter for the seat vacated by Indian Land's Mick Mulvaney, who joined the Trump administration as White House budget director.

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