SC's Black voters say they 'can't afford to sit at home' this election

COLUMBIA, S.C. — Patrick Moses was fixing something under the hood of his car, parked in the garage of his Hopkins home in his neighborhood — a former cow pasture now dotted with single-family homes decorated for fall and Halloween — when a golf cart pulled into his driveway interrupting the quiet.In the driver’s side of the golf cart was Bernice Scott, Moses’ across-the-street neighbor, who turned off the ignition key, which had attached to it a picture of her and President Barack Obama in front of the White House, and got out.It was Tuesday, a week before Election Day, and Scott — the 75-yea…

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