No one should have to choose between their health and their right to vote. Earlier this month, the South Carolina General Assembly passed legislation allowing all registered voters to vote by mail in the upcoming June 9 primary election. On Monday, a federal court ruled favorably in our lawsuit, blocking a requirement that forced people who vote absentee to obtain a witness signature. 

Both of these actions are critical victories for our democracy and all voters in South Carolina, but how do they change the voting process for the upcoming primary election? Check out our FAQ below for details.