Wow. It looks like shaking things up runs in the Colbert family. This is going to be quite a race:
Stephen Colbert may have “run for president,” but his sister is actually going to run for Congress.
Elizabeth Colbert-Busch’s soon-to-be-official campaign has informed
South Carolina Democratic Party executive director Amanda Loveday that
it will file Tuesday for the special election for appointed Sen. Tim
Scott’s (R-S.C.) old House seat, Loveday has told the Washington Post.
But looking into her sparkling brown eyes, you’d never know this woman
has seen enough tragedy for two lifetimes. Her infectious laugh fills
the room as she talks about her children. Her face lights up every time
she mentions Claus, her second husband and the man she calls the love of
her life. And when she talks about her job, she speaks with a passion
so great, you’d swear her boss was sitting next to her.
Colbert-Busch will very likely be an underdog against basically any
Republican she would face for the seat. Scott’s district went just 40
percent for President Obama this year.
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