Sheheen visits Charleston as candidates make final push for votes

CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - Candidates hit the campaign trail to gain last minute support Monday.

Vincent Sheheen flew around the state looking for extra votes Monday and he made a stop in Charleston around lunchtime.

During his stop, Sheheen said he thinks the results will be close in Tuesday's race for governor with Nikki Haley and Morgan Reeves.

"I think it's going to be extremely, extremely close," Sheheen said. "Right now, the polls that we've looked at have us at about two points apart, within the margin of error. It depends on what independents do tomorrow."

Sheheen also visited Aiken County, Greenville County and Richland County.

Haley's "Join the Movement" bus tour will visit Lancaster, Camden, Winnsboro, Newberry and Gilbert Monday.

Both Haley and Sheheen will face green party candidate Morgan Reeves. Reeves has no scheduled appearances before Election Day.

Many voters have already cast their absentee ballot. Absentee voters are encouraged to visit their local voter registration office because Monday is the last day to vote absentee.

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