Columbia, SC (WLTX) -- The June primary is one week away and News19 is on your side with a few reminders before you head to the polls.
Voters can go online and look at a personalized sample ballot that shows what offices you will be voting on in the upcoming election. Voters can also find their voting precinct by going to SCvotes.org.
If you have not registered to vote it is too late to do so for the primary, but you can still register to vote in the general election in November.
The primary will be the first statewide election with the new photo ID rule.
Voters will be required to have a driver's license, a DMV issued photo ID, a passport, federal military ID or a voter registration card with a photo.
DMV branches can issue an identification card at no charge to those who need one. You can also obtain a voter registration card with a photo at any county voter registration office.
The polls will be open on June 10 from 7am-7pm.