Sunday, January 22 2012 12:10 AM EST2012-01-22 05:10:26 GMT
The rain fell heavy, as did the feeling of anticipation for the outcome of the South Carolina Primary. The inclimate weather didn't stand in the way of Gingrich supporters. They were a force to be reckoned with.More >>
Saturday, January 21 2012 11:10 PM EST2012-01-22 04:10:22 GMT
The South Carolina Primary was a day that voters had a chance to make their voices heard.More >>
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV)-- College of Charleston Political Analyst Kendra Stewart stopped by ABC News 4 studios on Saturday and predicted who she thought would walk away with the South Carolina nomination.
"It's been an exciting week," said Stewart. "This time last week we were talking about Romney being the chosen candidate and just coming into South Carolina and sealing the deal and it didn't turn out quite like that at all."
She also said that Evangelical Christians, which the majority of voters in South Carolina are, would be attracted to Santorum as a candidate. Another candidate, however, sucked the power and energy from Santorum's campaign.