CHARLESTON COUNTY, SC (WCBD) – Long lines are part of the experience for any presidential election, but officials say they can made a little easier if everyone has a form of identification and on-hand.
South Carolina polling places accept 5 different forms of photo ID.
- SC Driver’s license
- SC DMV ID Card
- Voter Registration Card,
- Federal Military ID
Department of Defense photo IDs and DOD Veterans Affairs Benefits cards count. A concealed weapons permit is considered a DMV ID. However, it is illegal in South Carolina to have a concealed weapon in a polling place.
You may still vote if do not have a photo ID. You will need to sign an affidavit disclosing why you are unable to provide an ID and have your paper voter registration card to be granted a provisional ballot.
“Just be ready for a line,” said Charleston Board of Elections Executive Director Joseph Debney, “you’ve done all the hard stuff already.”
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To see the candidates that will appear on your ballot, visit scVOTES.org and click “Get My Sample Ballot” in the mySCVOTES section of the homepage.