MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (AP) - Former Virginia Gov. Jim Gilmore is returning to South Carolina for some campaigning on Veterans Day.
The Republican presidential hopeful is talking on Wednesday with members of the Exchange Club of Mount Pleasant at Waterfront Memorial Park.
Later in the day, Gilmore's campaign says he is visiting with veterans on Daniel Island.
Gilmore is staying in South Carolina until Thursday, when he participates in a conversation on the constitution with state Attorney General Alan Wilson and sponsored by the Conservative Leadership Project.
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