Palmetto Sunrise: Presidential candidates in SC

Both Donald Trump and Jeb Bush will spend Tuesday afternoon in South Carolina. (AP file photo illustration)

COLUMBIA — Three Republican presidential hopefuls will be vying for your votes in the hours leading up to Turkey Day.

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is spending this afternoon in the Upstate, starting at a Salvation Army event in Greenville at 1 p.m., at 417 Rutherford Street. He then moves on to a meet and greet at the popular Beacon Drive-In in Spartanburg at 3 p.m.

Bush will end his day in Rock Hill, participating at a town hall event at 6:30 p.m., at The Magnolia Room, 4017 Laurel Creek Drive.

Meanwhile, Real Estate Mogul Donald Trump heads for Myrtle Beach today, where he’ll hold a rally that starts at 7 p.m., at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center, 2101 N. Oak St.

Finally on Wednesday, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio will hold a meet and greet in Mount Pleasant, at 12:30 p.m., at the Water’s Edge Restaurant, 1407 Shrimp Boat Lane.

In other news:

How GOP campaigns are strategizing for Super Tuesday’s delegate bonanza (The Washington Post)

Donald Trump’s Shortcuts and Salesmanlike Stretches (The New York Times)

Marco Rubio drew strong student reviews, but skimped on job requirements as FIU professor (Tampa Bay Times)

The GOP is running out of time to find the anti-Trump (The Washington Post)

Carson Seeks 13% of African-American Vote to Beat Clinton (Bloomberg)

Christie’s Bid Gains New Life (The New York Times)

Trump on waterboarding: ‘If it doesn’t work, they deserve it anyway.’ (The Washington Post)

Carson fades in polls amid tough scrutiny (Politico)

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