COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) - "I've had the ability that I have to bring people together which is what we need. This divisive politics, I think South Carolinians have had enough of it. And we need leadership that can unify the state and bring us together and it's been my life's work and do that- and that's my life's work, that's prepared me for this race," Smith said.
"This is a referendum on the broken and corrupt system we have in Columbia that has held us back. It is a referendum on politics as usual, of people who take PAC money, special interest money, and enrich themselves and their clients and leave our people behind," Noble said.
"I am an innovative smart lawyer who is made a lot of money doing smart things for big business. I know how to get big deals done, I know how to take care of complicated issues- and solve complicated problems, and I am the person for this job," Willis said.
Noble described the race as a referendum on politics as usual.
"I think the key here is what kind of government are we going to have?" Noble asked. "Are we going to have more of the same? Or are we going to try to do something fundamentally different?"
The five Republicans running for governor will debate for the final time Tuesday night at the same venue on USC's campus.
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