Some 2,340,773 people are registered to vote in South Carolina for the Republican and Democratic primaries on June 10.
94,531 more people are registered to vote than there were for in the January presidential primaries.
The state was estimated to have 4.3 million residents in 2006. Using that number, 54 percent of residents are registered to vote.
You will be able to get primary results at the Election Commission Web site here. TheDigitel.com will also run stories on the results with more links as the 10th (Tuesday) approaches.