Internal polling by several campaigns indicate Sanford has captured about one-third of likely GOP voters, making him the front-runner.
That’s leading to some mudslinging among the other candidates vying to emerge from Tuesday’s GOP primary. Assuming no candidate receives more than 50 percent of the vote — which is not expected with 16 candidates in the race — Sanford and the runner-up will duke it out in an April 2 GOP runoff.
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