Rooted in the movement that secured the right to vote for women, the League has worked to foster civic engagement and enhance access to the vote since our organization was founded in 1920. Over time our work has evolved from efforts to gain and foster women's suffrage to ensuring that all eligible voters + particularly those from traditionally underrepresented or underserved communities, including first-time voters, non-college youth, new citizens, minorities and low-income Americans + have the opportunity and the information they need to exercise their right to vote.
You can also register in person or by mail. Click on your county for forms and addresses.
Once you have updated information on your driver's license, you can update your registration.
Already registered in another state and want to vote absentee by mail? Go to Long Distance Voter Allow at least 30 days in advance of an election for snail mail.
Already registered to vote in SC and want to vote by absentee ballot? Click here.
-SC Driver's License
-SC DMV ID,
-Voter Registration Card with a Photo
-Federal Military ID
If you don't have any of these Photo IDs, get one for free from your county voter registration office or your local DMV.
If you can't get one, bring your paper voter registration card without a photo with you to the polls, state why you don't have photo ID, and vote a provisional ballot that will count. Here is more info on SC's photo id requirements.
If you are properly registered, you may get an absentee ballot by clicking on the name of your county here.
For each election, there are typically several days and locations where you may vote early by in-person absentee voting. Our website will have this timely information before the election.
1. Members of the Armed Forces or Merchant Marines serving outside their county of residence and their spouses and dependents residing with them,
2. Persons serving with the American Red Cross or with the United Service Organizations (USO) who are attached to and serving with the Armed Forces outside their county of residence and their spouses and dependents residing with them
3. Overseas Citizens
4. Persons who are physically disabled
5. Students attending school outside their county of residence and their spouses and dependents residing with them
6. Persons who for reasons of employment will not be able to vote on election day
7. Government employees serving outside their county of residence on Election Day and their spouses and dependents residing with them
8. Persons who plan to be on vacation outside their county of residence on Election Day
9. Persons serving as a juror in state or federal court on Election Day
10. Persons admitted to the hospital as emergency patients on Election Day or within a four-day period before the election
11. Persons with a death or funeral in the family within three days before the election
12. Persons confined to a jail or pre-trial facility pending disposition of arrest or trial
13. Persons attending sick or physically disabled persons
14. Certified poll watchers, poll managers, and county election officials working on Election Day
15. Persons sixty-five years of age or older
16. Persons who for religious reasons do not want to vote on a Saturday (Presidential Primaries Only)