Monday, April 22, 2013
MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (AP) -- Former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford is campaigning again, attacking his Democratic opponent for running what he calls a stealth campaign in which voters don't know where she stands.
Sanford spoke with reporters Monday in the first of a series of appearances to which he invited Elizabeth Colbert Busch. Sanford says there needs to be a discussion of the issues and only one debate is set in the special election in the 1st District.
Colbert Busch's campaign says she has her own campaign schedule.
Last week it was learned Sanford's ex-wife Jenny filed a trespassing complaint against him.
Sanford says he watched the Super Bowl with his youngest won at her house. He says he will sometimes make decisions for his children that his ex-wife disagrees with.
(Copyright 2013, The Associated Press)
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