Everything You Need To Know About The Midterm Elections In South Carolina

Alright...it is HERE! The day for you to get out and vote in the Midterm Elections

So...now that you've heard everyone telling you that it's important that you get out and vote...Do you have questions about Where to Vote, How To Vote, What You Need to Vote, and What You Are Even Voting For? Well...I've got answers here at Ric Rush Election Central...which is just content I have stolen from our REAL Election Central with 94.3 WSC's Kelly Golden

What/Who We Are Voting For in SC Tuesday:

Governor

Will you choose the Republican Incumbent, Henry McMaster or the Democratic Candidate, James Smith? Click Here to learn about the Candidates. 

South Carolina US Congressional District 1

In case you haven't been around a tv or the radio in the last six weeks, your choices are Republican  Katie Arrington and her Democratic Challenger Joe Cunningham   We've got their stance on some key voter issues here.

South Carolina US Congressional District 6

Depending on where you live, this race may or may not be on your ballot...but you can check out the candidates and get more info on this race here

South Carolina Secretary of State

Check out the candidates and get more info on this race HERE

South Carolina State Treasurer

Check out the candidates and get more info on this race HERE

All Other Statewide and Local Races

For all of the other Statewide, Countywide, and Local races in SC, just Click  HERE 

Where You Are Suppose to Vote:

Precinct Locations Around The State

SC Votes will let's you find your voting location County By County by Clicking HERE

Need a Ride to Polls? CARTA service will be free on Election Day.  

CARTA Board of Director Mike Seekings said, “We want all eligible voters in the Lowcountry to have access to one of our country’s fundamental rights, without having to overcome mobility or economic barriers,” For more information on routes and schedules, visit RideCarta.com

Don’t Forget Your I.D. If you do not have proper photo ID but are registered to vote, you can cast a provisional ballot.

To vote you must have one of the listed forms of photo ID:

S.C. voter registration card with photo

S.C. Department of Motor Vehicles ID card

S.C. driver’s license

U.S. passport

Federal military ID

Polls will be open Until 7 p.m. Tonight

OK..tired of all of this cutting and pasting...everything else you need to know is with our sister station...News Radio 94.3 WSC's Kelly Golden

GO VOTE...cause remember...If you don't vote...you can't complain about it tomorrow! Ric Rush...  

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