Nonpartisan voter information now available for national and local elections. Find out who is running in your area, print out a personalized ballot to take to the polls, read candidate information and more.
Voter Education in action: League members, Mary Edmonds, Elizabeth McLendon, along with members of the I Vote Too campaign, David Alexander and Christa Williams, staff a table in front of a Piggly Wiggly to help answer voter questions.
The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization, encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.
All SC registered voters are eligible to vote absentee in the November 3 election. Beginning October 5 you can apply to vote absentee and vote on a voting machine in one stop at your county voter registration & elections office.
Visit your assigned polling location to cast a ballot if you've not already done so in early voting. Bring photo ID and wear a mask. Consult Vote411.org for candidate and voting information. Acceptable photo ID includes:
During the League’s October 15 Public Policy Luncheon, Charmaine Clowney, President of Clowney Consulting Group and an active member of LWV/Cola Area (she presents, she registers voters, and more), will present a Diversity, Equity and Inclus