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Well -- South Carolina governor Mark Sanford pulling off a major comeback last night.
Winning more than 50%.
Of the vote in a race against Democrat Elizabeth Colbert bush.
For the State's first congressional district.
In the beginning in this campaign that we are Indian a tipping point as a civilization.
And that if we didn't get things right there would be real consequences for the American dollar for our savings for the American way of life.
-- -- -- the end of the day what this is all about is indeed the American way of life and the dreams that it has historically afforded.
Fox's Jonathan -- is live in Charleston jotted then I mean -- tempered with politically radio active for a while there how did he pull this off last night.
Yeah it was truly an amazing comeback for an admittedly flawed politician Mark Sanford wage.
A very personal campaign making himself accessible to voters in the media even though it meant that he had to address -- Very tough questions about the 2009 affair that ended his marriage and many had thought at the time his political career listen.
I am one imperfect man saved by God's grace but -- who has a conviction on the importance of doing something about spending in Washington DC.
And it -- -- everyone have you here.
From this state going for that I'm gonna be trying to be the best congressman that I could have ever been.
During the campaign Sanford suggests that his opponent would be obligated to more liberal congressional Democrats funding her campaign.
Elizabeth -- bush argued that she was a tough independent minded business woman but her campaign kept her cloister.
Turned down or ignored many interview requests from mainstream media.
And shielded her from much of the glad handing -- one on one attention voters have come to expect.
Here in the low country Allison.
-- OK so job and now what.
What are the next challenges the Sanford faces as he actually returns to congress.
Well Mark Sanford represented this congressional district from 1995 through 2001 so.
He'll return to congress with seniority as a fourth term congressman however because of his personal baggage some members of his own party may still regard him.
As a political liability so he will have some fences.
To man when he returns to Washington Allison.
Well Jonathan -- thanks so much for that update I -- there are second act he's.
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