HOW TO VOTE IN SOUTH CAROLINA
Starting in 2013, South Carolina voting law requires voters to bring a photo ID, such as a driver’s license, to the polls on Election Day. Previously, voters also could cast ballots if they had their voter registration card, which does not have a picture. The new law also allows voters to get a photo ID at their local election office and to vote a provisional ballot if they have a reasonable excuse why they could not get such an ID.
One Pager on Voting Rights in our State (PDF) (May 2022)
More information on voting in South Carolina on the South Carolina Election Commission's website: https://www.scvotes.gov/
The Supreme Court upheld the right of college students to choose their “residence” and vote accordingly (Symm v. United States).
VOTING IF YOU HAVE A CRIMINAL RECORD
Please read the following documents for information about your voting rights if you have a criminal conviction.