Columbia (WACH) -- The day after the South Carolina Primary, the candidates kicked off more campaigning.
State Representative Nikki Haley has weathered allegations of physical relationships with two men and is the frontrunner in the Republican primary runoff.
Haley nearly won Tuesday's outright, but fell just short of the majority needed to avoid the runoff.
Wednesday, she was back on the campaign trail meeting with supporters in Lexington.
Haley says she will continue to focus on small business issues in the state.
"Ninety-five percent of our economy is small business," Haley said. "Until people understand that you take care of your small businesses, you take care of your economy, you take care of education, you take care of your quality of life.," Haley says.
When asked about the affair allegations, Haley once again denied them.
She says people need to focus more on South Carolina issues rather than false accusations.
Haley's runoff opponent U.S. Rep. Gresham Barrett took his message to the lunch crowd at Columbia's Lizard's Thicket.
Barrett trailed Haley by 27 percent after Tuesday's primary vote, but says he has no intention of dropping out because of the large margin.
Some have called the deficit insurmountable and have called on Barrett to step aside, but he points out the game isn't over yet.
"I guess Dabo Swinney always said that the most insignificant score is the score at halftime, and it's halftime right now," Barrett said. "We've got another quarter to play and we're going to work hard and we're going to work strong. There's not going to be a rock we don't turn over or a nook or cranny we don't look into."
Barrett admits he does not have the money right now to get out his message but is positive he will in the 13 days leading up to the June 22 runoff.
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