People who still haven't registered to vote and who want to vote in the Jan. 26 Democratic presidential primary still have time — just barely.

While county voter registration offices are closed, they will honor voter registration applications that are postmarked Wednesday.

Copies of voter registration applications can be downloaded from www.scvotes.org or picked up from state public assistance agencies that are open Wednesday.

The voter registration office addresses are:

Berkeley County: 6 Belt Drive, Moncks Corner.

Charleston County: 4367 Headquarters Road, North Charleston.

Colleton County: 115A Benson St., Walterboro.

Dorchester County: 201 Johnston St., St. George.

In South Carolina, voters do not need to choose a political party to register. They only select a party when they vote in a certain primary. The state also lets 17-year-olds register and vote in primary elections, such as the presidential elections next month, provided they will turn 18 by the general election date, which will be Nov. 4.

The registration deadline has passed for the state's Jan. 19 Republican presidential primary.