Palmetto Sunrise: One more visit by a presidential hopeful

Ohio Gov. John Kasich will be in Summerville today, three days after he announced he is running for the 2016 Republican party’s nomination for president during a campaign rally at Ohio State University.(AP Photo/John Minchillo)

COLUMBIA — A week of visits by presidential hopefuls is coming to an end, but there’s still one more candidate who will swing by the Palmetto State today.

Ohio Gov. John Kasich, who officially announced he is seeking the Republican nomination on Tuesday, will participate in a jobs discussion at 11 a.m., in Summerville, at Scout Boats, 2531 Highway 78 West.

Kasich is expected to be the last major Republican to join those seeking the party’s presidential nomination. Unfortunately for Kasich, his Tuesday announcement was overshadowed by a feud between Donald Trump and U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham. Yet, Kasich told CNN on Thursday he will have no problem “standing out” from the cluttered GOP field.

In other news:

South Carolina laws hide child abuse inside group homes (The Post and Courier)

South Carolina treasurer accused of violating ethics law (The Associated Press)

Clinton praises removal of Confederate flag during S.C. appearance (The Post and Courier)

Perry talks national security in Sun City (Bluffton Today)

Bush signs on to Voters First Forum (The Post and Courier)

Border agents cancel meeting with Trump (The Associated Press)

O’Malley: Democrats need to support Wall Street overhaul (The Associated Press)

Graham on being left out of debates: ‘It sucks’ (Politico)

Rubio says ‘no one’ running for president has more experience (The Miami Herald)