All American eyes will be on the state of South Carolina, as republicans in Myrtle Beach head for the polls.
Over 25% of local residents we spoke with at Market Common, Myrtle Beach’s largest residential community, say they are still undecided as to what candidate they will vote for.
Politicians have blanketed our area with mailers, T.V. ads, Internet Ads, and robo calls.
Pre-vote polls have Donald Trump leading, followed by Ted Cruz and then Marco Rubio.
Governor Nikki Haley, Trey Gowdy, and Senator Tim Scott have all endorsed mainstream candidate Marco Rubio. Our Governor made several campaign stops with Rubio throughout this week leading up to Saturday’s vote.
Ben Carson is a favorite among many traditional republican voters in the state. Myrtle Beach and South Carolina have voted republican in the last 9 presidential elections.