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For nearly a week South Carolina was without a governor.
Governor Mark Sanford disappeared on June 18. He had turned off his cell phone and was not in communication with either his political allies or his family. By June 22, the state legislature was about to declare a state of emergency in order to transfer the governor’s powers to another state official. The only thing that stopped them was that Sanford’s aides stated that they knew where he was.
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