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The State Election Commission is correcting an Ohio congresswoman's claim the Buckeye State sold used voting machines to South Carolina.
The Richland County Elections Board's first meeting since learning about 1,040 uncounted votes that led to the resignation of its director was 45 minutes of chaos that included several shouting matches.
The debate over what type of new voting machines South Carolina should purchase may be vexing lawmakers in the Statehouse, but many county election officials have reached one consensus: the state needs new polling equipment and soon.
The relationship between South Carolina's director of elections and the country's largest voting equipment company has caught the attention of lawmakers as the state prepares to spend a proposed $60 million to replace 13,000 voting machines.
South Carolina election officials have taken a key step toward replacing the state's 13,000 outdated voting machines and want the new system t…
If your smartphone battery dies, it’s frustrating, but you can find a land line somewhere. Or if your car’s backup camera goes down, you can a…
Some legislators say returning to paper ballots may be the solution for eliminating lines and ensuring all votes are counted correctly
The state's dated voting machines contributed to Tuesday's long wait times at the polls.