Unbeknownst to many South Carolina voters, they're being asked to change the state's constitution next week, and the outcome will affect future elections.
In South Carolina, the governor and lieutenant governor are elected separately. About half of states do it that way – including North Carolina. Next week, South Carolina voters will have a chance to change that and put their top two executives on the same ticket.
But the constitutional amendment on South Carolina's ballot Tuesday has garnered little attention.