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South Carolina was the 8th State to join the Union on May 23rd, 1788.
South Carolina Offers: Local Home Rule for I&R, Nominations, Legislative Referrals and Legislative Constitutional Conventions.
- Initiatives and Referenda – 15% of registered voters in the last municipal election.
- Nomination: Small fee, convention appointment or signatures from 5% of active registered voters in the district.
- Deadlines: Referenda are required to be filed within 60 days of the ordinance to be referred.
South Carolina Code of Laws 5-17-10 provides citizens in all cities and counties Initiatives and Referenda rights.
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