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Trump campaign launches Facebook live show

(CNN) – There’s a new show on Facebook, and it’s promising regular coverage of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign. It is called ‘Trump Tower Live’– a webcast on Facebook, produced by Donald Trump’s campaign, as a lead-in to the candidate’s rallies. Transmitting from what they call their ‘war-room’– Trump’s team calls it ‘nightly campaign coverage’. but it really seems to be…

Cancelled classes on Election Day

Election Day school closings across the nation due to fear of violence

(FOX News) – Several schools across the nation have decided to close on Election Day over fears of possible violence in the hallways stemming from the fallout from the heated rhetoric that consumed the campaign trail. School officials are concerned for the safety of its students, pointing to the recent firebombing of the North Carolina Republican Party headquarters and the shooting-up…

Voter registration made easy in S.C.

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WFXB) – With only 40 days until the general election, the deadline to register to vote in South Carolina is Saturday, October 8th. How to register: Online To register online in South Carolina, visit, where you will find sample ballots, polling place locations, information on Advance Voting and more.To go to, click here. To ease…

Clinton leads Trump in South Carolina fundraising

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WFXB) – With only 45 days until the presidential election, Hillary Clinton continues to lead Donald Trump in fundraising in South Carolina. According to the Federal Election Commission, Clinton has raised $1,557,605 in South Carolina this year while Trump has raised $758,998.  Despite Clinton’s evident financial edge on Trump, the GOP nominee has made a large improvement…

Trump Sweeps 5 States; Clinton Takes 4

Donald Trump completed a five-state sweep in Tuesday’s Republican presidential primaries, strengthening his shot at avoiding a contested convention – while Hillary Clinton scored convincing victories but was denied the same bragging rights of a primary sweep by a surprise Bernie Sanders win in Rhode Island.

Kasich and Cruz Join Forces

Ted Cruz and John Kasich are joining forces in a last-ditch effort to deny Donald Trump the Republican presidential nomination. The pair issued statements late Sunday saying they will divide their efforts in upcoming contests with Cruz focusing on Indiana and Kasich devoting his efforts to Oregon and New Mexico.