South Carolina's voters will head for the polls on Tuesday to determine the final outcome of some statewide races and very few local races.

In less than 24 hours, Republican voters will get to decide who they want as the state's second-in-command when Henry McMaster and Mike Campbell head for a runoff.

And both Republicans and Democrats will have to decide who they want representing them during the general election as the next superintendent of education.

Meanwhile, session ended for lawmakers last week with Senators blocking the passing of ethics reform.

In other news:

Bobby Harrell-Alan Wilson Supreme Court showdown is Tuesday (The Post and Courier)

Legislature overrides Haley's veto of First Steps (The Post and Courier)

SC Supreme Court: Public bodies don't need agendas (The Post and Courier)

Some of sickest die early in rural S.C. (The Post and Courier)

USC says tuition hike will help cover unfunded state mandates, Obamacare costs (The Post and Courier)

Upstate in need of foster families (The Greenville News)

Local educators explain real impact of Gov. Haley's plan (The Herald)

Spartanburg Regional spends more than $350,000 on marketing effort (Spartanburg Herald-Journal)