TENENBAUM: "If this is what is in your heart, this is how you are going to vote. So you still need to apologize to the people you offended and not apologize for changing the debate," Tenenbaum said.
DeMint supporters grumpily blame the South Carolina Republican Party for this mess. If the party didn't have this goofy "gay teacher" ban in its platform, the question would have never been asked at the debate.
As State Superintendent of Education, Inez has demanded changes to help improve achievement among African-American students. As a result of her efforts, African-American students have improved their performance in mathematics.
Inez will work to help create jobs across South Carolina by supporting the Small Business Administration's programs to link minority firms with federal contracting, and to make business loans more readily available.
Recognizing that home ownership is the key to the middle class and wealth creation, Inez will support efforts to help minority families buy homes more easily.
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