State Sen. Vincent Sheheen is spending his summer traveling the state to listen to voters and make his case that he should replace Gov. Nikki Haley in 2014.
The Camden Democrat is speaking Monday afternoon to the Columbia Rotary Club. Sheheen is expected to talk about what he says is how Haley's leadership has failed in her first three years in office. He will emphasize problems like the hacking of tax return data from the Department of Revenue and the handling of a tuberculosis outbreak in Greenwood County.
Sheheen spent last weekend talking to voters in places like Aiken, Greenwood and Anderson. He also spoke at a senior center in Conway last week.
Haley has not formally announced her re-election bid, but is raising money.
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