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May 26, 2010 5:23 AM

Blogger Will Folks says he has proof of Nikki Haley affair

South Carolina voters who have elected state Rep. Nikki Haley three times and state lawmakers who serve with her at the State House all posed the same question Tuesday: Where is the evidence to back up the claim by political blogger Will Folks that he and Haley, a front-runner in the Republican gubernatorial race, had an "inappropriate physical relationship" in 2007? Folks said the proof exists in e-mails and texts between him and Haley that he and his attorneys are pulling together now.

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