Thanks to WRHI, Rock Hill
Six of the seven South Carolina Gubernatorial candidates converged on Winthrop University Tuesday night for a debate focused on higher education. Taking part on the Republican side were Lt. Governor Andre Bauer, Lexington County Representative Nikki Haley and Attorney General Henry McMaster.
(Bauer suggests cutting out large building projects especially the construction of new athletic venues MP3)
(Representative Haley suggested a radical approach to modifying institutional leadership MP3)
(McMaster disagreed with Haley’ suggestion MP3)
Republican Congressman Gresham Barrett said he did not attend the debate due to a vote in Washington. Also participating were Democratic state Senators Robert Ford and Vincent Sheheen along with Superintendent of Education Jim Rex, also a Democrat.