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This Stops Today: NYC Policing Reforms One Year After Eric Garner
Monday, April 14, 2014
For elections under South Carolina’s Photo ID law, the state is permitted to require registered voters to present certain Photo IDs for in-person voting by regular ballot. However, under this same law, voters also may vote in-person without one of the accepted Photo IDs by provisional ballot if they have a reason why they do not have an accepted Photo ID. To learn how you can prepare to vote in 2014 in South Carolina, click here.