Register to Vote
If you are a U.S. citizen, a permanent resident of your county, and 18 years of age on date of the election, you may register up to 30 days prior Election Day. Below are the three ways in which you can register to vote.
Register on-line at www.scvotes.org. On-line voter registration requires that you have an SC DMV-issued driver’s license or DMV photo ID card. If you have moved, you must first update your address with DMV.
Register In Person
Visit your county voter registration office to complete the forms and provide identification. Find your local office in the phone book or online at www.scvotes.org.
You can also visit the DMV, Department of Social Services, or any other public assistance and disability agency branch office and complete the voter registration application with proper identification. A non-photo SC voter registration card will be mailed to you, stating where you are to vote
Register By Mail
Call your county voter registration office for a form, or download a form at www.scvotes.org and submit by mail.
Keep Your Address Current
It is important to update your voter registration card with your current physical address in the event you move or change primary residence (with the exception of college students).