There are 2.4 million registered voters in South Carolina, but there won't be 2.4 million ballots cast in the election on November 7.
How many ballots will be cast?
That's the 2.4 million dollar question.
Most political observers insist that only half of South Carolina's registered voters - about 1.2 million - will cast ballots three weeks from now.
That's low for a general election, but on the heels of dismal turnout for the 2006 GOP and Democratic Primaries, it's not surprising.
Democrats have put a lot of energy into registering more African-American voters this cycle, but it remains to be seen whether that effort will pay dividends on Election Day.
So FITS is interested ... what do you think turnout will be on November 7?