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November 6, 2012 10:36 PM

In close race, Myrtle Beach-area supporters of both presidential candidates savor high hopes

As the polls closed in South Carolina and the first of the day’s election results began to filter in, both Republican and Democratic voters settled in for what looked like it would be a long night before learning whether President Barack Obama or Gov. Mitt Romney would win.

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