Two Bills At State House Could Change South Carolina's Voting Laws

(Columbia, SC) -- Two bills being considered at the South Carolina State House could change voting laws. 

The House passed a bill that would require election laws in the state to be the same across all counties. 

This week in the Senate, debate is scheduled for proposed legislation that would give lawmakers the ability to approve or reject those appointed to the State Election Commission by the governor. 

Governor McMaster opposes that bill, but supports the one that would make election rules uniform in all counties.