COLUMBIA, South Carolina (CNN) — Here's a quick look at what's making news in South Carolina politics today:
John McCain brings his revamped campaign to the state tomorrow for his "No Surrender Tour." He's done well in New Hampshire and Iowa over the last week. But can he turn his campaign around in the state that did him in back in 2000?
A new state poll shows that black women could determine who wins the Democratic primary in South Carolina. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are in a dead heat among black women, while Obama leads among African-Americans in general.
Will President Bush pick a South Carolinian for Attorney General?
And finally, this is South Carolina: Some polls matter more than others.
— CNN South Carolina Producer Peter Hamby