Voting Info

When Do I Vote?
On election day 7 am to 7 pm

Where Do I Vote?

What Do I Need to Bring?

Absentee Voting

iVotronic Voting Fact Sheet

iVotronic Voting Steps



 

 Notice               to Voters

Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016 is the deadline to register to vote in
the Feb. 20 Republican PPP; and Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2016, is
the deadline to register to vote in Feb. 27 Democratic PPP election.
You can only vote in one election.

 

 

Qualifications

To vote absentee, you must be a registered voter
and meet one of the following criteria:


  • Students, their spouses and dependents residing with them
  • Members of the Armed Forces, Merchant Marines, Red Cross, USO, government employees, their spouses and dependents residing with them
    Overseas citizens
  • For reasons of employment will not be able to vote on election day
  • Physically disabled persons
  • Persons on vacation
  • Persons age 65 or older
  • Persons admitted to the hospital as emergency patients on day of election or at least four days prior to the election
  • Electors with a death or funeral in the family within 3 days before the election
  • Persons confined to a jail or pre-trial facility pending disposition of arrest or trial
  • Persons attending sick or physically disabled persons
  • Persons serving as jurors in a state or federal court on election day
  • Certified poll watchers and poll managers

Voting

Voter Registration

Voter Registration applications for new registrations must be received by the Board of Voter Registration and Elections Office or postmarked no later than 30 days prior to election.


17 year olds who will be 18 years of age as of the date of the next General Election may register to vote prior to 18th birthday and may also participate in primary elections prior to 18th birthday.

You will receive a voter registration certificate confirming that your voter registration application has been approved and processed. Click here to verify your registration. Please contact the Board of Voter Registration and  Elections  Office by calling (864) 260-4035 or by sending an email to acvote@andersoncountysc.org if you do not receive this certificate.

Voter Registration applications or change of address forms may be:

  1. Mailed: PO Box 8002, Anderson, SC 2922
  2. Faxed: (864) 260-4203
  3. Emailed: acvote@andersoncountysc.org (must provide signature)

   Register to Vote 
 
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 Update Registration Info
 

Listed below are locations where Anderson County residents can register to vote. Registrants must be a U.S. citizen, a resident of South Carolina and be at least 18 years old by the next general election. Based on state and federal law, each eligible applicant is registered within the proper precinct and various single-member districts.

Citizens may also register by mail. Applications are available at Anderson County Library branches, city halls, and various high schools. An online application is available through SCVotes.org.

State and federal laws, including the Motor Voter Act, dictate that the S.C. Department of Public Safety's Division of Motor Vehicles must offer voter registration to all citizens. Other agencies also mandated to offer voter registration include military recruitment stations and various other federal and state offices. However, you must also be a client at the location where you want to register. "Motor Voter" registration sites are listed by geographic area: Anderson, and Belton

Military and Overseas Citizens (UOCAVA) Voters

Federal law requires states to provide military and overseas citizens with special procedures to help facilitate voter registration and absentee voting by these citizens. The Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA) covers:

  • members of the United States Uniformed Services and merchant marine;
  • their family members; and 
  • United States citizens residing outside the United States. 

 

Click here: UOCAVA Voters

 

Absentee Voting

  • Absentee precinct is located at 301 N. Main St, Anderson
  • Voter or immediate family member may call (864) 260-4035 or submit written request for absentee ballot application to acvote@andersoncountysc.org
  • Request form for absentee application may be faxed (864) 260-4203 or mailed to PO Box 8002, Anderson, SC 29622
  • Authorized Representative may request absentee application on behalf of physically disabled voter by visiting the Board of Voter Registration and Elections Office or may submit request in writing
  • Absentee ballots are mailed approximately 45 days prior to each election. Friday before each election is the last day ballots can be mailed
  • In person absentee voting is available up to 5 pm on the Monday prior to each election
  • All voted ballots must be received by the Board of Voter Registration and Elections Office no later than 7 pm on election day to be counted
  • To learn more click Absentee Voting

 

  Request Form for an Absentee Application

 

  Check Status of Absentee Ballot

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