Three Republican presidential candidates are making stops in the Palmetto State this week.
Carly Fiorina will make a stop in Charleston Tuesday before visiting the Upstate.
Fiorina, who rose to second place in a recent poll following her performance at Wednesday's GOP debate, is scheduled to participate in an American for Peace Prosperity and Security national security forum at the Citadel.
Donald Trump and Ohio Gov. John Kasich are both expected to speak to African-American small business owners at the Greater Charleston Business Alliance annual meeting at Embassy Suites in North Charleston this week. The groups have not confirmed the exact date those candidates will speak but the event is happening Wednesday through Friday.
Trump is also expected to speak at a town hall this week. The businessman and former reality TV star will participate in one of Sen. Tim Scott's presidential town halls in Columbia on Wednesday at the Koger Center.
Trump leads early polls of Republican primary voters here in South Carolina and nationally.