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Georgia Secretary of State said U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham pressured him, seeming to imply he throw away legally cast ballots. Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, who oversees the state’s elections, said Monday that Graham called and asked about signature-matching policies on mail-in ballots, a conversation Raffensperger took as “an implication of look hard and see how many ballots you could throw out.” Graham denied the secretary’s characterization of their conversation, saying, “If he feels threatened by that conversation, he’s got a problem.” Source: Politico, The Washington Post

DHEC urging a side of caution with holiday plans, urge outdoor plans. The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control released a statement Monday urging South Carolinians to be careful and get tested before gathering for Thanksgiving. Other states are forcefully asking residents to cancel their plans. Source: AP

Majority of S.C. voters don’t think U.S. is on the right track. A survey of South Carolina voters found the majority, 53%, believe the country is headed in the wrong direction. Source: AP

South Carolina Ports Authority fighting subpoena in nurdle case. A lawsuit against Frontier Logistics, the company that dumped plastic nurdles into the Charleston harbor, is on hold as the South Carolina Ports Authority argues that it is not subject to the subpoena. Source: P&C

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