COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — The men who head up both of South Carolina’s major political parties are teaming up in the name of education.
State Democratic Party Chairman Jaime Harrison and state GOP Chairman Matt Moore are co-teaching a class this fall on political parties at the University of South Carolina.
Their class on Tuesday focuses on the 2016 presidential election. A day later, the Republican presidential candidates meet in Boulder, Colorado, for their third debate.
Moore and Harrison are working on the class with Don Fowler, an adjunct professor at the university who is also a former chairman of the Democratic National Committee.