COLUMBIA, South Carolina (CNN) - Here's a quick look at what's making political news in South Carolina this morning:
Former President Bill Clinton will speak at two "Ready for Change, Ready to Lead" rallies for Hillary Clinton today, one in Spartanburg and one in Rock Hill.
The controversial Gospel singer at the center of a gay and lesbian backlash against Sen. Barack Obama’s presidential campaign struck back at his critics Sunday night, saying that he has been "vilified" and declaring that "God delivered me from homosexuality."
Stephen Colbert sort of campaigned in South Carolina over the weekend, and the John Edwards campaign took issue with his "native son" status.
Rudy Giuliani and John Edwards lead the money race among South Carolina donors.
The Washington Post takes a look at Obama's faith strategy in South Carolina.
The New York Times notes that three reporters were pulled over for speeding between Romney events in Greenville and Columbia last week.
- CNN South Carolina Producer Peter Hamby
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