Candidates make final push before Tuesday's runoff election

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - With just days left until voters head back to the polls, candidates for offices across the state made their final pitches to voters on Saturday.

"Were just doing the most we can we've been very active for all of the 10 or 11 days we've been doing this," said GOP Gubenatorial candidate Gresham Barett during a campaign stop on Saturday in Myrtle Beach.

Nikki Haley, a three-term Lexington legislator, nearly won the June 8 primary outright with 49 percent of the vote. Barrett took 22 percent in the four-way race that brought out a near-record 422,251 voters. Barrett has seen Haley capture national media attention while he's been left shaking hands at restaurants and rallies. Political observers say that to win, Barrett will need new voters to get behind him - and will need Haley's voters to either abandon her or stay home on election day.

On Saturday, Haley answered questions about financial disclosure forms in which the Barrett campaign said should be reviewed.

"He asked us to release our tax returns and he asked us to release our disclosures in which we did. We were not in violation of any rules" Haley said during a campaign stop near Greenville.

Voters head back to the polls on Tuesday, polls open at seven a.m. until seven p.m.

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