The other one is the voucher candidate recruited to run against Republican lawmaker Carl Gullick of York County.
“[Sanford]'s not being supported like he should," Boyd said Thursday night. "I'm a true conservative Republican."
Boyd hasn't voted in an election since 2004, county and state records show.
has appeared on two ballots in that time, a Republican primary and general election in 2006. Sanford won both contests. Sanford
Asked Friday about his absences, Boyd said: "That's a good question. I wasn't able to get away from school, that's all."
A short time later, Boyd re-contacted The Herald to say his recollection had changed and that he did vote in 2006. He declined to elaborate.
Oh, brother. I don't even know where to start. But here are three thoughts:1. There should be a law where, if you're going to be working out of state, you can vote early, perhaps by mail, even though you are "absent" on the actual day of the election. Call me a hopeless dreamer.
2. SCRG's patented "fog this mirror" test for recruiting candidates is working very well.
3. Remind me to never, ever, ever try to pull one over on the reporters for the Rock Hill Herald.