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Column: How S.C. ended up with only one majority-Black congressional district
Cindy Ross Scoppe
Cindy Ross Scoppe
It’s been nearly 30 years, and it’s still easy to find anger about South Carolina’s 6th Congressional District, which the legislature created in 1991 by darting around white communities in 16 counties to string together large concentrations of Black voters in Beaufort, Charleston, Florence and Columbia.