If you have additional questions, you may contact your Charleston, Berkeley, or Dorchester Board of Elections and Voter Registration office
1. Visit the Vote411 website. In addition to providing polling place information and a personalized ballot, you can also find information on the candidates that will be on your ballot.
2. Go to the SC government's website for voters. Look under the menu heading Voters to learn how to register in person, online, or by mail; how to check or update your registration, vote in person or by absentee.
3. Download the LWVSC brochure Save all Votes. Or get the Spanish version: Salvemos Todos Los Votos. Either version of this handy guide to elections in SC can be reproduced at no cost. Print two-sided and fold lengthwise.
4. The following links cover most special cases for SC voting:
The required SC Voter ID
16 Reasons you can give to vote absentee by mail or in person
General resources for Voting Choosing among candidates