South Carolina’s voter registration grew for the fourth straight year to more than three million registered voters in the current election cycle.
State Election Commission chief Marci Andino said she is proud of her agency’s work in recruiting more voters through, “online voter registration, registration by mail, and registration at the Department of Motor Vehicles and other state agencies.”
This year recorded the highest registration growth rate in state history, according to Election Commission officials, with 76.5% of the state’s voting population now able and registered to vote.
Those who are not registered can either go online at SCvotes.org (requires SC Driver’s License or DMV ID Card) or to a county elections office After downloading a voter registration form, return the form by mail, fax, or email attachment to your local elections office before the May 14 deadline to vote before the next election.
Most of the state’s primary elections this year will be on June 14.