CHARLESTON, South Carolina (CNN) – Supporters of former North Carolina Sen. John Edwards have lined the road leading into the Citadel with about 40 Edwards for president signs, making them the first campaign to post signs at the site of Monday's CNN/YouTube/South Carolina Democratic Party presidential debate.
The signs are posted on Moultrie Street, which leads up to the Citadel's main gate.
The Edwards campaign also has a prominent sign on a movie theater marquee on King Street, where the campaign is hosting a debate watch party on Monday night.
Backers of New York Sen. Hillary Clinton also gathered on the state military college's campus Sunday to paint signs, but so far those have not yet been posted.
– CNN South Carolina Producer Peter Hamby
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