COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) -- Republican Nikki Haley and Democrat Vincent Sheheen are preparing for their second debate as they seek to become South Carolina's next governor.
Sheheen and Haley were set for a debate to be broadcast live, statewide at 7 p.m. Monday at South Carolina Educational Television in Columbia.
It's the next-to-last debate before the Nov. 2 voting. They meet again Tuesday at Francis Marion University in Florence. The first debate was last week in Spartanburg.
A Winthrop University poll released earlier this month showed Haley holding a 46 percent to 37 percent lead among likely voters.
Furman University political scientist Danielle Vinson says Monday's debate in the ETV studios might be more muted than last week's event in front of an audience.