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Biden also name-dropped Rep. James Clyburn (D-S.C.), one of the state’s most powerful black leaders, who is expected to endorse Biden on Wednesday.Sanders, meanwhile, hammered home the idea that the U.S. must overhaul its drug laws and criminal justice system.Businessman Tom SteyerTom Fahr SteyerWinners and losers from the South Carolina debate Five takeaways from the Democratic debate Sanders most searched, most tweeted about candidate during Democratic debate MORE has also drawn support from black voters in South Carolina, recent polls have shown, and his support margin among that group will be a key focus depending on how Biden finishes.The rest of the candidates on Tuesday night repeatedly returned to issues that are important to black voters, but it’s far past the deadline for candidates to have put in the hard work that earns the support of black voters at the ballot box.Candidates frantically searching for attention, votes before Super TuesdayWith the South Carolina primary on Saturday and Super Tuesday only 72 hours later, it’s desperation time.It’s possible that this was the last debate for one or more of the seven remaining candidates on stage, and that desperation showed over the course of the unruly, two-hour debate in Charleston.Long stretches of time were eaten up as the candidates shouted over one another.The CBS moderators completely lost control at points during the debate, which became a free-for-all benefitting whichever candidate outlasted or shouted loud enough over his or her rivals.That led to some frustration among centrist Democrats and progressives alike, who feel their candidates didn’t get a fair shake.Debate will raise fears about negativity among the candidatesThe Las Vegas debate last week was an all-out war.

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