Voters may now register online (with help from DMV)
South Carolina has become one of the nationís first states to let voters register online ó without using a scrap of paper.
And residents here have four more days to do so before the Nov. 6 election.
They may use the online feature at www.scvotes.org if they have a driverís license or photo ID issued by the S.C. Department of Motor Vehicles.
Once a voter completes the online form, the state verifies the information with the DMV and mails a voter registration card within a few days.
In the 1990s, South Carolina became the nationís first state in the country to make its voter registration form available online, and itís currently one of only 13 states to have paperless, online voter registration, State Election Commission director Marci Andino said.
Read more in tomorrowís Post and Courier.