We begin Tuesday morning in South Carolina, where voters in the 1st Congressional District are heading to the polls to decide whether Mark Sanford or Elizabeth Colbert Busch should represent them in the United States Congress. For Sanford, it may be his last shot at redemption after his bizarre disappearance when he was governor -- he had split to Argentina to be with his mistress but said he was hiking on the Appalachian Trail. The 1st District is a Republican district, so Sanford has built-in advantages, but the latest polling showed an even race. Polls close tonight at 7 p.m. EST.
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