South Carolina GOP election results will be available online

Anyone interested in this weekend's Republican primary battle between Arizona Sen. John McCain and Texas Gov. George W. Bush in South Carolina will be able to check real-time voter results on the Internet at www.voter.com.

The South Carolina Republican Party (www.scgop.com) partnered with Voter.com to provide results from the Feb. 19 presidential primary, and real-time statewide, congressional district and county results will be carried live on the company's Web site.

Launched in November, Washington, D.C.-based Voter.com is a for-profit, bipartisan site sponsored by national organizations such as the Sierra Club, the Christian Coalition and the AFL-CIO. The site earns money by selling space to candidates and organizations as well as selling users' e-mail addresses to those group.

Voter.com previously has posted election results from the Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire primary.

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