Hundreds of people line up to meet Mike Huckabee

Possible 2012 presidential candidate, Mike Huckabee, signs a copy of his latest book during a trip to Florence.

Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee is making his way across South Carolina Monday and Tuesday, signing copies of his latest book.

In Florence Monday, Huckabee signed about 300 copies of "A Simple Government."

People traveled from all parts of the Pee Dee to meet Huckabee. A few traveled from as far away as Charlotte, North Carolina.

Some people lined up at 9:15 a.m. and said they didn't mind the long wait because they believe Huckabee's principles for life are what it takes to run this country.

A 90-year-old Pageland woman says it was important that she make her way to Florence to see the former Arkansas governor. She's a big fan of Huckabee and always wanted to meet him. She says she watches his show "Huckabee" on FOX News Channel faithfully.

When asked if he will consider a run for president in 2012, Huckabee said he still isn't sure, but plans to make a decision by this summer.

Former South Carolina Governor David Beasley and his wife, Mary Wood Beasley, chatted with Huckabee while he signed books in Florence.