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  • Rep. Mark Sanford at Hilton Head town hall

    The crowd, of what Sanford’s staff estimated to be between 500 and 600 people, lobbed question after question on topics ranging from Russian hacking to the travel ban to President Donald Trump’s campaign-promised border wall. Health care dominated the debate.

The crowd, of what Sanford’s staff estimated to be between 500 and 600 people, lobbed question after question on topics ranging from Russian hacking to the travel ban to President Donald Trump’s campaign-promised border wall. Health care dominated the debate. Kelly Meyerhofer kmeyerhofer@islandpacket.com
The crowd, of what Sanford’s staff estimated to be between 500 and 600 people, lobbed question after question on topics ranging from Russian hacking to the travel ban to President Donald Trump’s campaign-promised border wall. Health care dominated the debate. Kelly Meyerhofer kmeyerhofer@islandpacket.com

Rep. Mark Sanford faces another town hall crowd, this time on Hilton Head

March 18, 2017 7:55 PM