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In addition to voters’ right to choose their political representatives during an election, most states, including South Carolina, offer an even more direct form of democracy known as a ballot measure.
Such measures, whether binding or non-binding, offer voters a chance to voice their opinions directly on a range of issues from constitutional amendments to questions about special local taxes.
When Lancaster County voters head to the polls for the general election Nov. 6, they’ll be asked to choose their stance on two ballot measures.
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