On June 22, voters will head back to the polls for run-off elections. Marilyn Bowers with the South Carolina Election Commission clears up any confusion voters may have: “If you vote in the Democratic Primary, you have to vote in the Democratic run-off. Republican, you have to vote in the Republican run-off,” says Bowers.
Bowers says if you didn’t vote on June 8, you can choose either party’s run-off to vote in.
As for identification for those who didn’t think they could vote for lack of Voter ID card, Bowers points out that only the basic identification is necessary: “Every voter has to present one of the following: either a Voter Registration Card, a current, valid South Carolina Driver’s License, or a photo ID that has been issued by the South Carolina DMV,” says Bowers.
The run-offs are June 22.