Nan­cy Mace’s Demo­c­ra­t­ic House chal­lenger sug­gests her ‘dance’ is to vie for vice pres­i­dent

Demo­c­rat Michael Moore, who is run­ning to unseat Rep. Nan­cy Mace (R‑SC) in 2024, accused her “dance” between pre­sent­ing her­self as a cen­trist Repub­li­can and vot­ing for hard-line con­ser­v­a­tive val­ues of being a strat­e­gy to set her­self up for high­er office.
Mace is “way too extreme” for their dis­trict, Moore said, claim­ing that both Democ­rats and Repub­li­cans can agree. The South Car­oli­na con­gress­woman, rep­re­sent­ing the state’s 1st Con­gres­sion­al Dis­trict, has been in the head­lines over the last month after she joined sev­er­al hard-line con­ser­v­a­tives in vot­ing to oust Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R‑CA) as House speak­er, com­ing as a sur­prise to both par­ties.
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Moore took aim at Mace’s pol­i­cy stances on Fri­day, claim­ing that she “vot­ed for a six-week abor­tion ban, co-spon­sored the No Tax­pay­er Fund­ing for Abor­tion …