Updated 9:11 p.m.
Executive committee members of the S.C. Republican Party will hold a conference call Monday evening to discuss the fallout from revelations of Gov. Mark Sanford's secret trip to see his mistress in Argentina.
Options on the table range from doing nothing to formally admonishing the governor for his recent behavior to calling for his resignation.
Sanford return from Florida tonight. He spent the weekend at his in-laws' house with his family, including wife Jenny. Spokesman Joel Sawyer said the whole family has returned to the state, but did not disclose where they were staying for security reasons. Sanford is expected to be back at work Monday morning.
Lt. Gov. Andre Bauer, who would serve as governor if Sanford were to resign, is back in Columbia from a Florida trip. He attended the Peach Festival in Gilbert Saturday.
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