MOUNT PLEASANT, SC — Marco Rubio won Charleston County in the SC GOP Primary, and many voters hit the polls to give their say.
Voters had a variety of reasons for voting Saturday. Some wanted change.
“We need better national security, tax issues, we need to get our debt in control,” said Catherine Ferrara, a Charleston voter.
Education was a personal reason for Thomas Jurecki to vote.
“I’m a school teacher no, and I just think its our constitutional responsibility to vote whoever you vote for,” said Jurecki.
Polls were open 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. Saturday. Poll workers said it was a steady pace through the day, as expected. A Tuesday primary usually results in busy morning, evening, and lunch hours.