One week until the election folks.
Update October 27, third governor debate:
The candidates were back it on Tuesday night in Florence. Frankly, it
was much the same and the biggest news out of these series of debates
is that both candidates avoided saying or doing anything so bad that
would make it to YouTube or The Daily Show.
Runner up to that would be the Haley-Sheheen sparing on the proposed
construction of Interstate 73 in South Carolina, which Haley said she
wouldn't use tolls, allow a proposed gas tax hike, or earmarks to fund.
To which Sheheen responded, "Things don’t just happen."
If you missed the debate, tune in at C-Span online.
Update October 26, second governor debate:
Last night's governor debate has come and gone (get a report about it on our sister site in Charleston) and that just leaves tonight's debate at 7 p.m. at Francis Marion University in Florence, you can watch it at scnow.com and C-SPAN.
Well, we're nearly at the end of the televised debate series, all that's left to happen are the two governor's debates (tonight, tomorrow, the 25th, 26th) and you can watch them all online.
Below is a listing of debates that matter in our region and statewide offices, more listings can be found on our Charleston site.
Remember voting is good, informed voting is better.
- October 4 - Superintendent of Education: Republican Mick Zais and Democrat Frank Holleman; watch it online here.
- October 18 - Lt. Governor: Republican Ken Ard and Democrat Ashley Cooper. Watch it online here.
- October 19 - Governor: Republican Nikki Haley and Democrat Vincent Sheheen, hosted by WSPA News Channel 7. - Watch it online here, Mac users will need this plugin.
- October 22 - Attorney General: Republican Alan Wilson and Democrat Matthew Richardson. Watch it online here.
- October 22 - Comptroller General: Republican incumbent Richard Eckstrom and Democratic challenger Robert Barber. Watch it online here.
- October 24 - US Congressional District 2: Republican incumbent Joe Wilson and Democratic challenger Rob Miller. Watch it online here.
- Monday, October 25, 7 p.m. - Governor: Republican Nikki Haley and Democrat Vincent Sheheen will debate in the ETV series of debates. You can watch it online here.
- Tuesday, October 26 - Governor: Republican Nikki Haley and Democrat Vincent Sheheen will debate hosted by Francis Marion University, Coastal Carolina University, WBTW-TV 13, The Morning News, and scnow.com, Myrtle Beach/Florence