2018 Guide to Voting

2018 Guide to Voting

Today, you have a chance to make great change. This election is truly the most important of our lifetime, and every single vote counts.

 Here’s your guide to voting in the 2018 election:


Today, Tuesday November 6th. Polls open at 7:00 AM and close at 7:00 PM. If you’re in line by 7:00 PM, regardless of how long the wait is, you can vote. Stay in line.


Know where your polling place is. Find it HERE. It’s labeled ‘Precinct Location’ and ‘Precinct Address’.

 If you need a ride to the polls, call these numbers:

Aiken: (803) 648-6595

Anderson: (404) 550-8975 between 8 AM and Noon and (864) 933-7048 between Noon and 4

Beaufort: (843) 379-3360

Berkeley: (843) 793-9818

Richland (803) 994-9031, COMET will also give free rides

Charleston: (843) 577-6000, CARTA will also give free rides

Chester: (803) 627-3342

Dorchester: (843) 225-3462

Fairfield: (803)402-9084

Florence: NAACP (843) 673-0693

Georgetown: (843) 830-3996

Kershaw: (803) 339-2552, NAACP (803) 432-4454

Greenwood: (978) 408-9044.

Greenville: (864) 232-5531

Oconee County: (864) 723-1554

Pickens County: (864) 639-2954

Orangeburg: (803) 347-4080

York: (803) 984-8371

Horry: (843) 488- 4237

Lexington: (803) 834-2382, NAACP (803) 490-4626 and (803) 315-9907

Lancaster: (803) 227-3364

Spartanburg: (864) 585-6957

Sumter: (803) 464-0108

If you do not see your county listed above, reach out to your county Party HERE and ask for assistance.

Uber: Uber is offering $10 off a ride to the polls on Election Day. Riders will be able to take advantage of this discount by using the promotional code VOTE2018 in your app

Lyft: Lyft is offering 50% off a ride to the polls on Election Day. Learn more HERE.

If you, a friend, or family member, because of  a physical handicap or age (65 or older), cannot enter the polling place, or are unable to stand in line to vote, you can fill out your ballot outside the polling place in a designated handicapped parking area. Just inform a poll worker and they’ll be able to accommodate you.

If you get to your polling place and are told you cannot vote, experience any trouble voting, or see anything wrong at your polling place, you can call our Voter Protection team. The phone numbers by region are:

Upstate: 1-833-868-3721
Midlands: 1-833-868-3722
Lowcountry: 1-833-868-3723


Your statewide Democratic candidates are:

James Smith/ Mandy Powers Norrell, Governor & Lt. Governor
Constance Anastopoulo, Attorney General
Melvin Whittenburg, Secretary of State
Rosalyn Glenn, State Treasurer

To find out who else will be on you ballot, click HERE.

Source: SCDP
2018 Guide to Voting

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