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November 6, 2012 Win A Family 4-Pack of Tickets to EdVenture Children’s Museum in Columbia, SC

Must answer by 8am Wed. November 7th and include name and mailing address with entry.

Today's Question: Name the two counties in South Carolina that voted against Strom Thurmond and for Harry Truman in the 1948 presidential election.

This week's winner will receive a family four-pack of tickets for a big day of fun at EdVenture Children's Museum located in the heart of Columbia's Congaree Vista, the capitol city's historic arts and entertainment district.

Last Week's Answer: Charles "Pug" Ravenal won the SC Democratic party nomination for governor in 1974 but was disqualified by the state supreme court on a residential requirement because he had not lived in SC for the five year minimum.


October 30, 2012 Win a Family Four-Pack of Tickets to the SC Aquarium in Charleston

Question for October 30, 2012 Answer must be received within 24 hours (by 8am Wed., Oct. 31st):

Name the South Carolina candidate who won the Democratic party nomination for governor but was then disqualified by the state supreme court on a residential requirement.

You must include your mailing address in your entry. Only one entry per household.

This week's winner will receive a family four-pack of tickets to the SC Aquarium on Charleston's historic harbor. www.scaquarium.org

Last week's answer:

Education Redirection in Charleston and the Michelin International School in Greenville were the first public charter schools in South Carolina, opening their doors in 1997. ER closed in October 1999 while Michelin decided to become a private school in 1998.


October 23, 2012 Win a Delicious Prize Package from Great Harvest Bread Company in Greenville, SC

Trivia Question for October 23, 2012: (Must answer via email by 8:00AM, Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2012. Please include mailing address with entry.)

Name the first charter school in South Carolina.

This week's winner will receive a delicious prize package from Great Harvest Bread Company in Greenville, SC. www.carolinabreadheads.com

Last week's answer:

In 1962, Donald Russell was the last SC governor to run for office unopposed.


October 16, 2012 Win a Delicious Prize Package from Carolina Creole

Trivia Question for Ocober 16, 2012: (Must answer via email by 8:00AM, Wednesday, October 17, 2012. Please include mailing address with entry.)

When and who was the last South Carolina governor to run for office unopposed?

This week's winner will receive a delicious prize package from Carolina Creole.

Last week's answer:

John Edwards, born in Seneca, SC, was the last native of our state to win a presidential primary.  He won the Democratic primary in 2004.


October 9, 2012 Win a Delicious Prize Package from Charleston Cookie

Trivia Question for October 9, 2012: (Must answer via email by 8:00AM, Wednesday, Ocotber 10, 2012. Please include mailing address with entry.)

Name the last SC native to win a majority vote in either the Republican or Democratic primary election for president?

This week's winner will receive a delicious prize package from www.charlestoncookie.com

Last week's answer:

In 1983, Isaiah Dequincey Newman was the first African American elected to the SC State Senate since Reconstruction.


 

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