Did you know that on Election Day in South Carolina, voters can cast a ballot only in their precinct’s designated polling place? And that polling places change periodically, so where you voted last time may not be where you’re supposed to vote next time?
Well now that you know that, you should also know that the SC Election Commission’s Voter Information Request page will tell you exactly where you are supposed to vote:
It tells you a lot more than that, though. It tells you which senate and congressional districts you’re in, your city or county council district, school and fire districts, and more.
Bookmark this page. Just in case.