CHARLESTON, SC (AP) - Another candidate has entered the race in South Carolina's 1st Congressional District, meaning voters will have seven choices in the November election.
The Post and Courier of Charleston reported Thursday that Summerville marketing consultant Rob Groce will be on the ballot as a Working Families Party candidate.
It's Groce's first run for office. He attended the Democratic National Convention two years ago as a John Edwards delegate.
Republican Tim Scott and Democrat Ben Frasier are seeking the seat in the coastal district running from near Charleston to the North Carolina state line. Four other third party candidates are also be on the ballot.
U.S. Rep. Henry Brown is retiring from Congress.