Absentee ballot applications are pouring into South Carolina election offices in record numbers already. York County already has more than 26,000 ballot requests. For comparison, the county only had 30,000 ballot request in 2016.
South Carolina teachers are taking a stand, using their personal days to put pressure on the state House. Across the Palmetto State, teachers took to the phones, wrote emails and sent out social media posts demanding the House to pass the budget.