COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - He has admitted where he was, and what he was doing, but there are a lot more questions facing South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford, a day after he admitted an affair with a woman in Argentina.
State lawmakers are asking whether any laws were broken when Sanford failed to transfer power to the lieutenant governor while he was gone. They also want to know whether any taxpayer money was used.
A Sanford spokesman says he's not aware of any state funds being used in Sanford's pursuit of an affair in Argentina. He says no state resources were used for travel arrangements.
Some South Carolinians are calling for Sanford's resignation. Should he resign? Is this the end of his political career?