Election Day is now just six days away. Both President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden are crisscrossing key battleground states.
With concerns about COVID-19 still high, hundreds of thousands of voters have asked if they can skip going to a polling site this year and vote by mail.
Richland County satellite voting offices are currently open. More than 100 people arrived early Wednesday morning to vote.
In the latest development in battle regarding witness signatures on mail-in absentee ballots, the U.S. Supreme Court reinstated the requirement for witness signatures on these ballots.
Monday marks the first day of early voting in South Carolina. If you want to vote absentee in-person, you can visit your county’s election office between now and 5 p.m. on November 2.
Joe Biden is on the cusp of formally securing the Democratic presidential nomination after winning hundreds of delegates in primaries Tuesday.
WASHINGTON (AP) – State election officials from around the country are gathering in Washington for training sessions and meetings with presidential nominating contests set to begin next week. The Department of Homeland Security held a training exercise for election officials from 44 states and representatives from more than a dozen voting technology companies. It’s a much different set of meetings…
(ABC News) — we are officially 365 days away from the election, and while the field of democrats is thinning, top candidates are duking it out over health care. ABC’s Trevor Ault has the latest. Categories: National News, Politics Tags: 2020 Election, campaign
COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO)– South Carolina was in the National spotlight over the weekend as the 2020 Presidential Democratic Candidates gathered in the State for the Annual SC Democratic Convention. Nearly the full field of candidates running for president were in the Midlands over the weekend. Saturday, hundreds of South Carolina voters packed the Convention Center to hear from the 2020…
Some voters say the event helps them narrow down who they want to vote for in the primary
COLUMBIA, S.C. (WOLO) — Hundreds waited for hours not only to get their hands on some fresh fried fish, but some say they also wanted to get a better idea of who they want to rally behind in February’s primary. As part of Rep. Jim Clyburn’s (D-SC) annual “World Famous Fish Fry”, most of the 24 candidates made an appearance…