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Voters go to the ballot box, where to vote, who is on the ballot

Primary election day in South Carolina is today, June 11th.

Voters will cast their ballots for candidates running for congressional, state and county offices.

Reporters Savannah Moss, Samantha Swann, AJ Jackson, Joanna Johnson, Travis Rose, Terry Benjamin and Sarah Swetlik and photographers Alex Hicks, McKenzie Lange and Ken Ruinard will cover races in Greenville, Spartanburg and Anderson counties.

Follow our blog and we will keep you updated if there are any problems at the polling stations. We will also post all the latest election results as they come in after 7pm.

If you encounter a problem at a polling location, email us at jose.franco@shj.com or call 864-384-5150.

At what times can I vote?

Polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. Anyone in line before closing time can vote. Go to SC Votes to find your polling place.

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How do I find out which district I am in?

You can find your district on the South Carolina Statehouse website.

More: Seven candidates are vying for the Republican primary for South Carolina's 3rd Congressional District

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What do I need to bring to the polling station?

To vote in South Carolina, you must bring your photo identification, such as your driver's license or South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicle ID, a South Carolina photo voter registration card, a federal government military ID, or a U.S. passport.

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Who is on the ballot?

South Carolina has open primaries, meaning registered voters can choose either the Democratic or Republican primary, but not both.

Click here to see who is on the ballot today.

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Predictions for the South Carolina primary

Voters in South Carolina head to the primary election on Tuesday. Experts expect low turnout as the two congressional races are the most important contestants in the region.

In the Upstate, the 3rd The congressional district covers rural areas from Oconee to Saluda County and is a Republican stronghold. Voters can choose between seven Republican candidates or two Democratic candidates. After seven terms, long-time Republican U.S. House Representative Jeff Duncan decided not to seek re-election.

In the 4thth The chairman and founder of the Freedom Caucus in the South Carolina congressional district, Adam Morgan, is trying to oust incumbent William Timmons for the Republican nomination.

Click here to read the story.

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Timmons vs Morgan

With early voting underway and the June 11 primary just around the corner, candidates vying for the Republican nomination for South Carolina's 4th Congressional District continue to try to show voters who is more conservative.

State Rep. Adam Morgan (R-Greenville) is seeking to replace incumbent U.S. Rep. William Timmons. Both boast conservative credentials.

Morgan, supported by U.S. Representative Ralph Norman, South Carolina's 5thth Congressional District and the state's Freedom Caucus, argues that Timmons is not conservative enough and promises he will be a conservative fighter if elected to Congress.

Timmons, who is endorsed by former President Donald Trump, says his record shows he is a committed conservative leader.

Click here to see the candidates' positions on some important issues.

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Seven candidates are vying for the GOP primary for the 3rd Congressional District

In January, Republican U.S. Rep. Jeff Duncan, who represents the Third Congressional District, abruptly announced that he would not seek re-election, opening the possibility of a neck-and-neck race.

District 3, a rural district stretching from Oconee County to Saluda County and comprising more than 750,000 residents, is a conservative part of the state where an overwhelming majority voted for former President Donald Trump in 2020.

Click here to see who is running in the Republican and Democratic primaries for Duncan's seat.

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Fact check of the GOP candidates in the race for the 4th Congressional District

The primary race for Republican congressional candidates in South Carolina's fourth district is heating up as candidates attack each other, confusing what is true and what is not.

U.S. Representative William Timmons, in office since 2019, is running against ultra-conservative state Rep. Adam Morgan, who is supported by the state's Freedom Caucus, of which he is chairman.

Voters will choose between candidates on primary day, June 11. Early voting begins on May 28.

Opponents have spread untruths or falsified votes and records during debates or in posts on X (formerly Twitter).

Click here to read the fact check.

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