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South Carolina: How to Vote, Where to Vote and What’s on the Ballot

Not sure if you can vote? Or where? We’ve got you covered. Here is a handy, last-minute guide to voting in South Carolina.

Polls close in South Carolina at 7 p.m. Eastern time. People who are in line at their polling location at that time will be allowed to vote.

The deadline to register to vote is at least 30 days before any election. Not sure if you’re registered? You can check on this page, with your name, date of birth and part of your Social Security number.

If you used an absentee ballot, you can track its status here. Want to use an absentee ballot in the future? Here are the guidelines.

You can find polling places near you on this site (it’s the same as where you check your voter registration status).

According to the South Carolina secretary of state’s website, absentee ballots must be received by the county voter registration office by 7 p.m. Eastern time on Election Day.

There are a number of races for statewide office, as well as many local contests. You’ll be asked to make your pick for governor and House races, among others.

Find a personalized sample ballot on this site.

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