Palmetto Sunrise: More presidential candidates in the Lowcountry

Republican presidential candidate Lindsey Graham will be in Charleston today. (Michael Zamora/The Des Moines Register via AP)

COLUMBIA — A hectic week of presidential candidates making their way through South Carolina is nearing its end.

Only U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham and Ohio Gov. John Kasich will stump through the Palmetto State today, while Rick Santorum will participate in a parade on Saturday. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s event has been canceled, since he ended his bid for the White House.

Whose event will you attend today?

10 a.m.: Lindsey Graham, Americans for Peace, Prosperity and Security National Security Forum at the Alumni Memorial Hall at the College of Charleston in Charleston.

10:30 a.m.: John Kasich, Greater Charleston Business Alliance/South Carolina African-American Chamber of Commerce at the Embassy Suites Convention Center in North Charleston.

12 p.m.: John Kasich, Citadel Republican Society Town Hall at The Citadel’s Buyer Auditorium in Charleston.

5:30 p.m.: John Kasich, Hilton Head Town Hall at The Sea Pines Resort’s Harbour Town Liberty Oak Pavilion in Hilton Head.


9: a.m.: Rick Santorum, Irmo Okra Strut Parade in Irmo.

11 a.m., Rick Santorum, Capitol Prayer Rally at the Statehouse Grounds in Columbia.

12 p.m., Rick Santorum, tailgating at the Johnson Hagood Stadium for the Citadel’s game against Charleston Southern University.

In other news:

Bush says he’ll win S.C. primary: ‘Take it to the bank’ (The Post and Courier)

Fiorina: Let Marine Corps decide (The Greenville News)

Fiorina defends statement on Planned Parenthood video (Herald-Journal)

Fiorina’s bogus ‘secretary to CEO’ career trajectory (The Washington Post)

Rubio wins in Walker’s demise (Politico)

Jeb Bush Plans Energy Policy Rollout Next Week (Bloomberg)

Sanders plans first volunteer organizing push in SC (The State)

Hillary Clinton Email Inquiry Weighs if Aides Erred at ‘Send’ (The New York Times)

In other news:

Jesse Jackson seeks to inspire new generation of activists (The Post and Courier)

Senators push legalizing medical marijuana over SLED chief’s objections (The Post and Courier)

Columbia Chamber honors Haley as Ambassador of Year (The State)

Employees allege Chester superintendent threatened, ‘I will kill you’ (The Herald)

S.C. residents demand stronger pipeline protection (Savannah Morning News)