Jenny Sanford

As Mark Twain wrote, "truth is stranger than fiction." In fact, truth can also be much funnier and often more surreal. Such is the case in the new comedy Tail! Spin!
Having to deal with your former husband's cheating in such a public way must have been awful, Jenny. But to still be dragging him to court five years after you filed for divorce speaks more about you now than him, quite honestly.
On Sunday, Sanford again took to Facebook, this time apologizing "for going into the iterations of the court actions on the
Read Sanford's entire Facebook post below: Mark Sanford said he would be getting a lawyer but he would "instruct them not
WCSC reported on the newest complaint Tuesday: Mark Sanford and Chapur, whom he is still with, have remained largely out
Jenny Sanford, the former wife of Rep. Mark Sanford (R-S.C.), offered words of sympathy to Huma Abedin, whose husband Anthony Weiner admitted Tuesday to sending sexually explicit messages to a woman over the internet two years after a similar scandal led him to resign from Congress.
Huma's decision to forgive her husband should not be subject to criticism. It's her right and, indeed, may be a very admirable choice for her family. However, her timing, her choice of venue, and her complicity in her husband's spectacle has made her unrelatable to millions of everyday women.
(h/t Talking Points Memo) Abedin and Weiner, a former Democratic congressman and current New York City mayoral candidate
What's wrong with this picture? Judging from the outcome of Tuesday's contest, it seems that Sanford, South Carolina's devout citizens and God herself surely work in very mysterious ways.... (Anthony Weiner and Elliot Spitzer, are you listening?)
Court documents related to Mark and Jenny Sanford's divorce have focused almost entirely on the complaint filed by Jenny Sanford alleging that her ex-husband had trespassed on her property. The other court documents leaked to the press, however, have largely been ignored.
Pointing to the ethics violations is an oblique way of bringing up the scandal that earlier derailed Sanford's political
National Republicans are pulling the plug on Mark Sanford’s suddenly besieged congressional campaign, POLITICO has learned
Former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford won the GOP nomination in the race for an open House seat in his state Tuesday night
Sanford is one of 16 Republicans vying in Tuesday's special GOP primary in the state's 1st Congressional District. By BRUCE
Opponents have been quick to remind voters of his past transgressions and some also have questioned whether Sanford was as
“Be honest and get it over with," she said, according to the former governor. "Whatever you do, don’t talk about your heart
“I’m scared to death in human terms. I mean, as I say, I’m a wounded warrior," Sanford said. "I’m going to step out as best
Sanford confirmed Wednesday that he would run to regain his seat in Congress, which he previously held from 1995 to 2001
Sanford's decision to re-enter politics will likely lead to a lot of media specuation about the potential comebacks of other
Sanford, the ex-wife of former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford, reportedly told the Columbia Free-Times that she'd consider