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No, you may split your vote in the General Election any way you want.
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There are three ways to register to vote in Williamsburg County:
You should contact the local Registration and Election Office to make sure that your application was received and processed. If there is an election scheduled that you want to vote in, you should call no later than 30 days prior to make sure that you are registered prior to the deadline.
You can go to the Registration and Election Office in the county where you currently reside to register to vote.
You may inquire at the South Carolina Election Commission website to view your voter record. You can even get driving directions to your precinct from this site.
No, you do not register by party. However, you must choose which political party primary you want to vote in for each election.
As long as you will be 18 by the day of the General Election you may register. You are also eligible to vote in the Primary Election that precedes the General Election even if you are 17.
To get a replacement for a lost voter registration card, please contact your local county board of voter registration. If you can’t manage to get your card replaced, a valid South Carolina driver’s license or a Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) state issue ID card can be used as proof of identity at your local precinct.
You or a member of your immediate family may:
No, we do not have "early voting" in South Carolina. We have "absentee voting."
The following are eligible to vote by absentee ballot:
You may request ballots for every election scheduled during the entire calendar year, anytime after January 1st. You must specify which elections you want absentee applications for.
You can register again after you have served your entire sentence and probation time. You must provide documentation showing the completion of service.
No, you must be a legal citizen of the U.S. to vote.