SC voters speak about what issues they would like candidates to speak about


One business owner we spoke with says he believes flooding has become more common in the downtown area and is really hoping the nominee has a plan to fight climate change.

One student at the College of Charleston we spoke with agrees.

“Climate change, along with African Americans in the prison system. College education,” said Katlyn Sierra.”It’s hard to pay tuition here. I have a few issues that I am leaning towards but I definitely want to see a change.”

According to a poll from the Conservation Voters of South Carolina done by public policy polling, 64% of South Carolinians view climate change as a serious problem.