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January 6, 2014 10:36 AM

Lt. Gov. Glenn McConnell ends political career with hopes of running college

Sometime between Christmas and New Year’s, Lt. Gov. Glenn McConnell finally decided on what he knew all along in his heart: If he were offered the president’s job at the College of Charleston, he would accept.

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