Links to more information

For general nationwide voter information:

http://www.vote411.org

For general statewide voter information:

https://www.scvotes.org

League of Women Voters of SC voter information:

http://www.lwvsc.org/votesc.html

Georgetown County for referendum or general information:

http://www.gtcounty.org

Voting Rights

You have RIGHTS as a voter.

Register to Vote In Person

Voter registration is at the Board of Voter Registration and Elections, at 303 North Hazard Street, Georgetown, SC 29440. Phone: 843-545-3339.

For more information, visit http://www.georgetowncountysc.org/Elections/
Register to vote online, it's easy!

Go to http://www.scvotes.org to register online. You must have a current driver's license or DMV ID card to be registered online. If your driver's license is not up to date, you can update it first at the DMV website.

OR Register to Vote By Mail

The link below will provide you with a printable registration form. It is necessary to print this form and mail it to the voter registration office in the county in which you live.  https://www.scvotes.org/files/VR_Blank_Form.pdf

Find Your Polling Place

You will vote at a particular polling place, according to the precinct in which you live.

For a list of Georgetown County precincts and their addresses, click here:

http://www.georgetowncountysc.org/Elections/docs/pollinglocations1-22-2016.pdf

Absentee Voting

If you are a registered Georgetown County voter, you may apply for an absentee ballot in person, by mail, or by contacting the board of Voter Registration and Elections, at 303 North Hazard Street, Georgetown, SC 29440. Phone: 843-545-3339.

The absentee precinct usually opens 30 days before each election.

If you apply by mail, the above office must receive your application no later than four days prior to the election. Once applications are returned, a ballot will be mailed to the voter. All paper ballots for absentee voting must be returned to Voter Registration and Elections by 7 p.m. on election day.

If you wish, you may apply and vote in person up until 5 p.m. the day before the election.