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While in Congress, Sanford was recognized as its most fiscally conservative member by the Cato Institute.He was also recognized by Citizens Against Government Waste, as well as the National Tax Payers Union, for his efforts to rein in government spending and reduce the national deficit.Sanford defeated Van Hipp in the runoff and easily defeated State Representative Robert A. in the November general election, winning by 66.3% to 32.4%.Sanford was unopposed by Democratic candidates in 19.In 2003, after becoming governor, Sanford attended two weeks of training with the Air Force Reserve in Alabama with his unit, the 315th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron.While in training in 2003, Sanford did not transfer power to Bauer, saying he would be in regular contact with his office, and would transfer authority in writing only if he were called to active duty.
He entered the gubernatorial election of 2002; he first defeated Lt. Bob Peeler in the Republican primary and then defeated the Democratic incumbent, Jim Hodges, in the general election, by a margin of 53% to 47% to become the 115th Governor of South Carolina.
Sanford rejected the Assembly's entire budget on June 13, 2006.
Had this veto stood, the state government would have shut down on July 1.
He voted against pork barrel projects even when they benefited his own district; in 1997, he voted against a defense appropriations bill that included funds for Charleston's harbor.
Seeing himself as a "citizen-legislator", he did not run for reelection in 2000, in keeping with a promise to serve only three terms in the House.