Tuesday holds a key Horry County election in S.C. District 33.
27 year incumbent Luke Rankin and candidate John Gallman are statistically in a grid lock to determine the future of the S.C. Senate.
Thirty Two percent of those polled in recent door to door canvassing say they will not vote for Luke Rankin.
Rankin, however, enjoys a strong base of collusive voters.
As the size of government continues to grow, more individuals and more businesses are dependent on the relationship they have with government. These voters are called collusive voters.
The 39% of voters Rankin garnered in the June 9th primary are sure to turn out again. These voters have a direct relationship with government and are sure to vote again Tuesday.
VOTER TURN OUT KEY
Voter turnout will be key this Tuesday.
That is precisely why the Rankin campaign would prefer to talk about Gallman’s past divorce, rather than focus on Rankin’s accomplishments for Horry County.
By entirely focusing on a messy divorce, Rankin is hoping to suppress the turnout. Rankin can be certain his 39% will vote.