Charles Bierbauer, left, prepares to interview candidates for the 5th Congressional District for a televised debate at South Carolina Educational Television. The candidates are,from second from the left, Green Party candidate David Kumla, Republican Party candidate Ralph Norman, American Party candidate Josh Thornton, and Democratic Party candidate Archie Parnell.
Charles Bierbauer, left, prepares to interview candidates for the 5th Congressional District for a televised debate at South Carolina Educational Television. The candidates are,from second from the left, Green Party candidate David Kumla, Republican Party candidate Ralph Norman, American Party candidate Josh Thornton, and Democratic Party candidate Archie Parnell. Tracy Glantz tglantz@thestate.com
Charles Bierbauer, left, prepares to interview candidates for the 5th Congressional District for a televised debate at South Carolina Educational Television. The candidates are,from second from the left, Green Party candidate David Kumla, Republican Party candidate Ralph Norman, American Party candidate Josh Thornton, and Democratic Party candidate Archie Parnell. Tracy Glantz tglantz@thestate.com

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