High Court Rules Witness Signature Required On South Carolina Ballots

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High Court Rules Witness Signature Required On South Carolina Ballots
Voting is already underway in South Carolina, and some 150,000 mail-in ballots have already been distributed to its voters.
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The Supreme Court has ruled that a South Carolina law requiring witnesses to sign mail-in ballots will be in effect on Nov. 3. 

The law was challenged by a group of voters and the state's Democratic Party. 

They argued the measure could endanger people and lead to a decrease in the number of people who vote. 

Voting is already underway in South Carolina, and some 150,000 mail-in ballots have already been distributed to its voters.

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