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Vote early to be more COVID-Safe and to help reduce crowds at voting places on Election Day, Tuesday, November 3, 2020.
Here are some helpful links to the NC State Board of Elections, the SC Election Commission, and the GA Secretary of State Office’s Elections Division where you can find information on voting, registering, contact information, and other helpful information.
On this page you will find the following information:
The deadline to register to vote in NC was on October 9, 2020. However, if you still need to register to vote, you may do so at Early, One-Stop Voting in NC. At One-Stop Voting, you can register to vote and cast your ballot at the same time. See Early Voting information below.
If you are unsure if you are registered or you need to check your voter registration, you can check here.
The deadline to register to vote in SC was October 4, 2020. You can check your voter registration here.
The deadline to register to vote in GA was October 5, 2020. You can check your voter registration here.
Any registered voter or eligible individual may cast an absentee ballot/register to vote during the early voting period at any early voting site in their county. In 2020, the early voting period begins Thursday, October 15, and ends Saturday, October 31.
During early voting, voters may update cast a ballot at any early voting site in their county. They may also update their address and name in the same counties. Unregistered voters may register to vote early in-person by proving their residency. The following documents can be used: a valid NC driver’s license, current government-issued ID with the voter’s current address, or a current college/university photo ID with proof of their campus address.
You can find your early voting sites in your county here.
South Carolina offers Absentee-in-Person Voting. Due to the pandemic, all registered SC voters are eligible to vote absentee under the SC “State of Emergency.” Here is how to vote early in person in SC:
To vote absentee-by-mail in NC, you must fill out an application to request your absentee ballot. Registered voters may request a ballot through the online Absentee Ballot Request Portal, or fill out a North Carolina Absentee Ballot Request Form and return it to their county board of elections. All absentee ballot request forms must be received by the county board of elections before 5pm October 27, 2020.
Want to track your ballot through the mail? Visit the BallotTrax portal.
How to Vote Absentee-by-Mail (Must be postmarked before Election Day):
All registered SC voters are now eligible to vote absentee under the SC “State of Emergency.” All applications for absentee-by-mail ballots must be received by the voter registration office by 5:00pm on Saturday, October 24, 2020. An “Authorized Representative” acting on behalf of a voter who is unable to go to the polls due to an illness/disability may return the application by 5:00pm on Friday, October 30, 2020. A witness signature is now required on absentee by mail ballots for the 2020 General Election.
How to Vote Absentee by Mail:
You can check the status of your absentee ballot here.
To request an absentee ballot, voters should complete an absentee ballot application and return the absentee ballot application to their county registration office. Absentee ballot applications can be returned by mail, fax, email (as an attachment), or in-person to the local County Board of Registrar’s Office.
For NC: If you would like to look up your sample ballot, you can do that here.
For SC: If you would like to look up your sample ballot, you can do that here.
For GA: If you would like to look up your sample ballot, you can do that here.
Any registered voter may vote on Election Day at their assigned polling place in their county. You can look up your precinct here. Polling places are open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Election Day. Any voter in line at 7:30 p.m. will be able to vote.
Voter ID: NC Voters will not be required to show photo ID for elections held in 2020. Federal and state courts have temporarily blocked North Carolina’s voter photo ID requirement from taking effect until further order of the courts.
You can find your precinct here. Polling places are open from 7:00am to 7:00pm on Election Day. Anyone in line at 7:00pm will be allowed to vote.
When voting in person, you will be asked to show one of the following photo ID’s at your polling location: Your SC driver’s license, SC DMV ID Card, SC Voter Registration card with photo, Federal Military ID, or a US Passport.
You can find information on polling locations here.
Questions? Please email Government Relations.
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