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Local singer Katie Godowns sings the national anthem in front of about 250 people at the start of the Audit the S.C. Vote Rally on Monday evening at the Olde Beaufort Golf Club on Lady’s Island. Photos by Bob Sofaly.

Monday’s keynote speaker at the Audit the S.C. 2020 Vote Rally, former U.S. Army Captain Seth Keshel, left, describes how he believes the 2020 election was manipulated, causing Donald Trump to lose the presidency. Lynz Piper-Loomis, who is challenging Republican Nancy Mace for the S.C. First Congressional District seat, claims that 4,100 legally dead people in South Carolina turned out to vote during the 2020 election. All of Monday’s speakers favor auditing the upcoming 2022 mid-term elections to avoid any fraud. Photo by Bob Sofaly

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