SC commission meets to set ballot question wording
Jul 27, 2010 4:12:00 AM - thestate.com
The panel that decides how questions on South Carolina's ballots are worded is meeting this week to set several questions up for debate in the general election.
Attorney General Henry McMaster says the Constitutional Ballot Commission is meeting in Columbia on Tuesday to determine how the four questions on the Nov. 2 general election ballot will be worded.
Voters will decide whether South Carolina residents have constitutional rights to hunt and fish and vote by secret ballot. There will also be two questions on the state's general and capital reserve funds.
McMaster and the heads of the State Election Commission and legislative council sit on the ballot question commission. The approved wording will be put on the election commission's website.
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