It is not true, as the interim director of South Carolina's State Election Commission declared while the polls were still open in the Nov. 16 …
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Richland County officials spent Nov. 17 reviewing ballots from 10 precincts after the state's interim elections director called for the move in the closing hours of voting in Columbia mayoral and City Council races.
In the letter submitted May 12 to chairman John Wells and obtained by The Post and Courier, S.C. Election Commission executive director Marci Andino did not specify a reason for her departure but referenced an undisclosed discussion she had with Wells last week.
South Carolina election officials would need to receive confirmation from the state Senate before taking the job under a bill the chamber approved March 31, but the legislation would not expand the state's authority over counties, unlike a proposal the House passed a few weeks earlier.
The vote came despite concerns from some county election officials that the measure would jeopardize their flexibility to take their own actions to fit their unique needs.
A fast-moving bill would give Republicans a 6-3 advantage on South Carolina's State Election Commission while simultaneously granting the agency more power to standardize the state's election process.
It’s always noteworthy when the speaker of the S.C. House introduces a series of bills to make significant changes to the way our state govern…
The bad news from this year’s S.C. absentee voting extravaganza is that twice as many people as four years ago had their mail-in ballots rejec…
As Republicans continue to allege fraudulent counts in the Nov. 3 presidential race, state election officials say no evidence exists of interference here, echoing a federal regulatory group's findings.