SC Voters Waited In Line Despite Record Number Of Absentee Ballots

(Richland County, SC) -- South Carolina has a new record for absentee ballots in yesterday's primary election. 

Despite that, some voters in Richland County still waited in line for around two hours to place their ballot. 

Due to the pandemic, 73 of the state's 247 combined polling locations were in Richland County. 

Poll workers say people were not waiting to use a voting machine, but the line was to get checked in and make sure voters were at the right location.

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