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The slow implosion of Joe Biden’s big bet on SC

Danielle Vinson
Danielle Vinson, Department of Politics and International Affairs

In a piece about Joe Biden and the erosion of his once commanding 20-point lead in the Palmetto State, Li Zhou of Vox reaches out to many experts ahead of the Democratic Party primary there. Among them is Furman University Professor of Politics and International Affairs Danielle Vinson ’89, who commented on the race for the nomination. “This is much more muddled for Democrats than I’m used to seeing in South Carolina,” she said.

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