Polls open at 7 a.m. today for the South Carolina primary election. As long as you’re in line at your voting place by 7 p.m., you can cast a ballot. Find your precinct location and see which races are on your ballot at scvotes.org. Any registered voter can vote in either the Democratic or Republican primary, but not both. More: Associated Press, The Post and Courier, South Carolina Public Radio, The State, WCSC, WYFF 4
In other headlines:
Charleston to fix Johns Island flooding and drainage issues. The City of Charleston is expected to pay around $10 million to fix drainage and flooding issues on Johns Island. Rather than just paving over an area on the island, the city is looking for a more ecological approach to fixing the constant drainage issues. More: WCSC
North Charleston to break ground on new Park Circle redevelopment project. The City of North Charleston is expected to start its $20 million redevelopment of Park Circle Wednesday. The updates will provide a new community building featuring a theater and meeting rooms, the largest inclusive playground in the southeast, an inclusive baseball field, a performance/event space, a garden, a green space and walking trails. More: WCBD
Hilton Head offers accessible options for beach goers. Hilton Head currently offers free beach wheelchairs and an overlook for those with disabilities. The beach wheelchairs provides access to those in wheelchairs or struggle walking on the beach to safely enjoy the ocean breeze and scenery. More: The Post and Courier
Jan. 6 panel builds case around Trump’s claims of election fraud. The case against former President Donald Trump focuses on his claims of election fraud and its direct correlation to the attack on the Capitol. Enough evidence is likely to indict the former president. More: Associated Press, CNN, The New York Times, The Washington Post
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