The League of Women Voters of South Carolina is a nonpartisan political organization that encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.
The League of Women Voters never supports or opposes candidates for office or political parties. No use of the League of Women Voters' name in campaign advertising or literature is permitted that has not been authorized by the League.
2020 is our centennial year, and Keller Barron is Chair of the LWVSC Centennial Task Force! If you are interested in volunteering to work on our celebration activities, please contact your local LWV league. And watch this space for news of upcoming events!
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Stop the Gerrymander! LWVSC's redistricting effort seeks a bipartisan Redistricting Commission and lines which do not protect incumbents or political parties. Go to our Redistricting page to learn more, sign up for our blog, find a speaker, and get one of our Stop the Gerrymander bumper stickers. Learn More
Pictures from Convention 2019 in Charleston, SC Link
See Press Release with contact information for November 2018 SC Election Data Analysis
See Analysis of November 2018 SC Election Data
View the current position on Voting Technology from the League of Women Voters of South Carolina. Click Here
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Empowering South Carolina citizens with the information and tools they need to engage in our democracy
Here you will learn:
Made possible in part by the League of Women Voters Education Fund.
- How to register
- How to use a voting machine
- The location of your polling place
- Procedure and location for college students to register and vote
- How to check your absentee ballot
- Who are the candidates
- Election dates you need to be aware of
- and much, much more