“This morning it was very busy and I’m sure the wait was probably 30 to 40 minutes,” says a Charleston voter.
In Columbia, there was a steady flow at a downtown precinct. A voter named Laddie says he is relieved:
My hope is that we can make some really sound decisions about our leadership and not vote out of anger. This is one of the angriest elections–me being 40 years old–that I can remember.
One voter said when it came to preparing herself to cast her vote, she knew she would be ready.
I looked at the candidates and I read the sheets that they had in here and I felt like I was very prepared. I had conversations with friends, so, yeah, I felt like I was prepared.
Overall the voters I spoke to said the process while waiting in line was very smooth and quick.
Polls close today at 7 p.m. To find more details about specifics on ballot and voting information log on to www.scvotes.org.