South Carolina Republicans Seek Candidate with Christian Values, Business Experience

February 19, 2016 03:54 PM

South Carolinians have a knack for choosing the eventual Republican presidential nominee. They've done so successfully in all but one election since 1980. Candidates must cater to the state's heavy evangelical presence across rural towns to stand a winning chance. Yet, the support of many residents is hardly guaranteed for any single candidate. Ramon Taylor reports from Cherokee County, South Carolina.