Stephen Colbert is not taking the news that Mark Sanford defeated Elizabeth Colbert-Busch in their South Carolina congressional race very well.
Click the gif to watch more from last night’s Colbert Report.

Stephen Colbert is not taking the news that Mark Sanford defeated Elizabeth Colbert-Busch in their South Carolina congressional race very well.

Click the gif to watch more from last night’s Colbert Report.

Colbert tops SC voters’ Senate wish list - Public Policy Polling

Colbert tops the wish list of who South Carolina voters would like to see join that body at 20%, followed by Tim Scott at 15%, Trey Gowdy at 14%, Jenny Sanford at 11%, Henry McMaster and Mark Sanford at 8%, Jeff Duncan and Joe Wilson at 5%, and Mick Mulvaney at 4%.

Colbert tops SC voters’ Senate wish list - Public Policy Polling

Colbert tops the wish list of who South Carolina voters would like to see join that body at 20%, followed by Tim Scott at 15%, Trey Gowdy at 14%, Jenny Sanford at 11%, Henry McMaster and Mark Sanford at 8%, Jeff Duncan and Joe Wilson at 5%, and Mick Mulvaney at 4%.

Apparently those #SenatorColbert tweets made an impact.

As Stephen Colbert pointed out on last night’s Colbert Report, there simply aren’t enough white men in the US Senate. So let’s all get on our Twitters and tweet at South Carolina Governor @NikkiHaley why we think she should appoint Stephen to Senator Jim DeMint’s soon-to-be-vacant seat with hashtag #SenatorColbert.
Click the gif to watch Stephen’s call to action and his interview with Peter Jackson on last night’s final show of The Hobbit Week.

As Stephen Colbert pointed out on last night’s Colbert Report, there simply aren’t enough white men in the US Senate. So let’s all get on our Twitters and tweet at South Carolina Governor @NikkiHaley why we think she should appoint Stephen to Senator Jim DeMint’s soon-to-be-vacant seat with hashtag #SenatorColbert.

Click the gif to watch Stephen’s call to action and his interview with Peter Jackson on last night’s final show of The Hobbit Week.

Stephen is honored by the groundswell of support from the Palmetto State and looks forward to Governor Haley’s call,” his personal publicist, Carrie Byalick, writes in an email to Mother Jones.