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Things to Know About Primary Voting

web posted June 2, 2014

COUNTY A week from now most voters will have made up their minds on who they will be voting for in the upcoming Democrat and Republican Primaries. Because voters in South Carolina are not required to register by party, voters are free to choose which primary they wish to vote in on June 10. A misnomer is that if you vote in the Democrat primary you will be required to vote Democrat in the General Election. That is completely false.

Republican can cross over and vote in the Democrat Primaries as Democrats can do likewise in the Republican Primaries. The only thing which party primary you vote in limits you to is that you can only vote in a run-off election in that party's race. You cannot vote in a Republican Primary and then return two weeks later to vote in a run-off from the Democrat Primary, or vice versa.

Absentee voting is currently underway at the Voter Registration Office in Edgefield on Penn Street during normal office hours.

If you need more information on voting or finding your polling location, call the Edgefield County Voters Registration Office at 803-637-4072.

As Edgefield Daily reported last month, some voting precincts have been change. You can review those changes here.







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