Lee Bandy

Political Columnist, The State

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Political Columnist for The State in Colombia, South Carolina, he's covered state politics for over 40 years

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South Carolina's Republican Governor made national headlines when he refused to accept federal stimulus money. Now  Mark Sanford  is famous for being absent without leave.

South Carolina Governor Turns up in Argentina

South Carolina's Republican Governor made national headlines when he refused to accept federal stimulus money. Now Mark Sanford is famous for being absent without leave.

from To the Point

You don't have to be a political junkie to know that  Hillary Clinton  and  John McCain  are the comeback kids of yesterday's  New Hampshire primaries —even though Mc Cain points out…

Comebacks in New Hampshire and the Road Ahead

You don't have to be a political junkie to know that Hillary Clinton and John McCain are the comeback kids of yesterday's New Hampshire primaries —even though Mc Cain points out…

from To the Point

CNN hyped  last night's Democratic presidential debate  at The Citadel in South Carolina as "revolutionary" because real people got to ask questions on video.

Will YouTube and Web 2.0 Change American Politics?

CNN hyped last night's Democratic presidential debate at The Citadel in South Carolina as "revolutionary" because real people got to ask questions on video.

from To the Point

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Echo Park Lake reopened to the public this week after two months of being closed for repairs, with some obvious changes.

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A lifeguard tower honoring LGBTQ-plus pride was unveiled in Long Beach this afternoon.

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LA City Councilman Joe Buscaino is running to replace Mayor Eric Garcetti, and he held his first official campaign event on Monday along the Venice Beach boardwalk.

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Tuesday marks one year since George Floyd walked into a store to buy cigarettes and ended up dying at the hands of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.

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On June 15, the Golden State is saying goodbye to many of the regulations that have shaped daily life for the last pandemic year.

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One year ago this week, George Floyd was murdered in Minneapolis at the hands of former police officer Derek Chauvin. The killing set off the largest civil rights movement the U.S.

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Vice President Kamala Harris visited Central America this week. She told would-be migrants in Guatemala “do not come” (to the U.S.), which drew criticism from progressive democrats.

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Josh Barro and Ken White discuss Michael Flynn’s talk of a coup, Trump’s wish for reinstatement, and Little RICO.

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After 15 months of the pandemic, the Golden State is no longer requiring capacity limits, masks, or social distancing in most places.

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