COLUMBIA, South Carolina (CNN) - Here's a quick look at what's making political news in South Carolina this morning:
Sen. John McCain hit the campaign trail once again Monday for the first time since returning from Iraq, and slammed Democrats for ignoring what he says is clear success in Iraq.
Today, McCain, R-Arizona, attends an event to honor war veterans and first responders at Chick Fil-A Restaurant in Seneca. Later, McCain holds a town hall meeting in Anderson.
Meanwhile, Sen. Hillary Clinton will receive an endorsement in Spartanburg and attends an "Organizing for Change" event in Aiken. Later, she visits with teachers and parents and hosts a discussion on education at Bennettsville Middle School in Bennettsville.
The Spartanburg Herald-Journal has a clue as to who might be endorsing Clinton.
The State looks at what Oprah may mean for Sen. Barack Obama in South Carolina.
The South Carolina Democratic Party is urging young people to register to vote.
– CNN South Carolina Producer Peter Hamby
Anyone looking for some new Hillary video from an SC stop and an interesting commentary on how race is impacting that primary should try: http://goupstate.us/index.php/lanefiller/2007/11/27/hillary_and_the_black_men_of_god