As a spokesman for Mark Sanford says the governor will stay on and try to "buil[d] back the trust of South Carolinians," polls indicate people think he should resign, The State reports, citing Rasmussen and SurveyUSA. Meanwhile, an "impeach Sanford" rally will be held today at the State House...it was organized by a Democratic activist, but Republicans have issued some of the more prominent calls for Sanford to step down, with the S.C. Senate Majority Leader orchestrating a letter asking for the governor's resignation June 30. Should be interesting to see how many Republicans attend, voicing those calls in a rally atmosphere that could be comprised mostly of Democrats, rather than in letters and statements to the press.

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