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Jaime Harrison on his historic Senate race: ‘This was the seat of John C. Calhoun’

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Democratic Senate candidate Jaime Harrison from South Carolina discusses the history of Sen. Graham’s seat and how the state could become the first ever represented by two Black senators at the same time.