South Carolina‘s first-in-the-South primary lacks the high-energy campaigning that befits one of the first four early nominating states in a presidential primary, with only one of the three major candidates seriously campaigning in the state.
Neither President Joe Biden nor former President Donald Trump are investing millions of dollars in the Palmetto State. Biden has only appeared twice in the state this year, and Trump has forsaken South Carolina to campaign in Nevada and handle legal problems. However, that could change in the coming weeks.
Only former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley is hosting rallies and spending millions of dollars in her home state, the most of any candidate running for president in 2024.
South Carolina was meant to be the state that would save Haley’s struggling campaign against