Voting Tools: Find your districts, sample ballot and more.
We want to make certain that you’re well equipped to make informed decisions when Nov. 4th rolls around, so we’re providing you links to information that will be helpful.
There are several different voting districts that each of us are in, school districts, county council districts, State House and Senate districts and U.S. House districts. Very few of us remember all those different districts but to know which candidates we need to be paying attention to, the specific districts we live in is important. The Greenville Voter Registration Office provides an easy tool to find your districts.
To find your districts, simply click here, enter the information requested and your district information will be provided.
Another extremely helpful tool that the Greenville Voter Registration Office provides is a list of offices up for election and the candidates running. It is not an official sample ballot, but works just as well. Combining this “sample ballot” with knowing which districts you are in will help you as you decide which candidates to vote for.
To obtain a copy of the “sample ballot,” click here.
With South Carolina’s new photo voter ID in full effect, you will need to use one of the following photo IDs when you go to vote on Nov. 4th.:
-South Carolina issued driver’s license in good standing (not suspended or expired)
-South Carolina issued photo ID
-South Carolina issued photo voter ID
-U.S. issued passport
-U.S. military ID.
If you do not have a photo ID, you may obtain one for free from your local Voter Registration Office. You will need to bring some official document to show you live where you are registered or are registering, i.e. utility bill, bank statement, pay stub, etc.