South Carolina Democratic candidates for governor go toe-to-toe in televised debate
Charleston, S.C. (WCIV) —
Three Democratic candidates for governor talked about statewide issues including South Carolina prisons, the state's education system and healthcare at a televised debate Tuesday.
ABC News 4 put on the debate at the College of Charleston.
Candidates Rep. James Smith, D-Richland, Phil Noble and Marguerite Willis attended. Check out some of the points they made in the video above and see some of our live tweets from the debate below:
- Lt. Governor Kevin Bryant
- Former Lt Governor Yancey McGill
- Former Secretary of Labor Catherine Templeton
- Businessman John Warren
Governor Henry McMaster declined our invitation to appear.
That debate will be televised live and streamed live on the ABC News 4 website and on our Facebook page.
ABC News 4 will also live tweet that event. Follow us on Twitter by clicking here.