Jason Snead, Executive Director of Honest Elections Project Action:
“We applaud Governor McMaster and the South Carolina legislature for making it easier to vote and harder to cheat. South Carolina joins a growing list of states enacting commonsense voting measures supported by a majority of Americans. This new law brings stronger voter ID protections, bans the corrupting influence of private money in elections, and stops vote trafficking. The bill also adds two weeks of early voting, starting with the June 14th primary, meaning South Carolina mandates more days to vote than Delaware or New York.
“This new law passed unanimously, and South Carolinians can be assured that election integrity has been bolstered in their state.”