Candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination will be met by protesters at Sunday's debate in Charleston, SC. Fast-food workers in the region will go on strike to demand an industry-wide $15 per hour minimum wage, backed by the SEIU. Thousands are expected to descend on the debate and collect signatures calling for the higher pay minimum among other issues. While both Martin O'Malley and Bernie Sanders have supported the $15/hour minimum, Hillary Clinton is in favor a lower minimum wage at $12 per hour. Other protests are expected to be held at future debates for both Democrat and Republican candidates.