COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Republican U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham and Democratic challenger Jaime Harrison are meeting for their second and final debate in a Senate matchup that has shattered fundraising records and commanded national attention.
The two meet in Columbia on Friday night, just four days before Tuesday’s general election.
More than a million ballots have been cast so far in South Carolina, breaking 2016 records.
Some polls show the race as a neck-and-neck contest.
A fundraising powerhouse, Harrison has amassed a record-setting war chest of more than $100 million.
Graham has raked in cash of his own, raising about $67 million.