Three Questions With Presidential Candidate Pete Buttigieg


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Three questions with the presidential candidates

Until the S.C. Democratic Party primary on Sat. Feb. 29, we will publish candidate responses to three questions on issues facing local voters along with a brief analysis of each from two CofC professors.

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A $2 billion storm surge project is poised to change Charleston forever. Here’s what you need to know.

What’s in a Wall? Rising seas, strengthening storms and eye-popping real estate growth have forced Charleston to consider extreme steps to protect its downtown peninsula, the engine of the state’s relentless tourism industry. To do nothing is a nonstarter, and would risk billions of dollars in storm damage and gamble the city’s priceless cultural history.But, […]