- Associated Press - Saturday, November 1, 2014

GREENWOOD, S.C. (AP) - A surprising early snow isn’t stopping supporters from joining South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley on the campaign trail in the final stretch to Election Day.

Haley’s campaign bus is traveling Saturday in the Upstate, with stops in Greenwood, Abbeville, Anderson, Clemson and Greenville.

At her first stop, the Republican governor told more than 100 people in Greenwood she’s thrilled they chose to come out, rather than stay under the blankets.

Haley urged everyone to vote, saying that while she’s ahead in the polls, “polls don’t vote.”

Other Republicans joining her on the bus Saturday included Congressman Jeff Duncan, lieutenant governor candidate Henry McMaster, and education superintendent nominee Molly Spearman.

Haley also asked the audience to vote “yes” on a constitutional question allowing future governors to select the adjutant general.

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