Keeping Connected

When and Where to Vote

Election Day

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

 

Voting Locations

Greenville County

  • Grace United Methodist Church
  • Brushy Creek First Assembly of God
  • Living Way Community Church
  • Riverside Baptist Church
  • Praise Cathedral
  • Needmore Recreation Center
  • J. Harley Bonds Career Center

 

Spartanburg County

  • Rebirth Missionary Baptist Church
  • Abner Creek Baptist Church
  • Grace Baptist Church
  • Pelham Fire Station
  • Victor Methodist Church


To find out where you can vote, use the tool at the link below. They will ask for you name and birthday, then show you exactly where to vote.

Click here to use the SC Voter Location Tool >>

 

Absentee Voting

Greenville County

I am going to be out of town on election day, how do I vote?
"Absentee" voting is available to registered voters who will be out of the county on election day. Also, if a registered voter is unable to go to the polls due to disability or if employment keeps a voter on the job site the entire time the polls are open (7AM until 7PM) and this is verified by the employer, this is a valid reason for absentee voting. Applications for absentee voting can be requested by the voter in person or by phone. Even an immediate family member may request an application be sent to a voter. Once the application is returned by the voter, the ballot will be mailed for voting and then must be returned to the Voting Office no later than the close of polls on election day (7PM) in order to be counted. Persons who are 65 years of age or older may vote by the absentee method if they wish to do so and properly apply.

You may call the Voter Registration Office at 864-467-7250 for more information.

 

Spartanburg County

To request an absentee ballot please call the Registration and Elections Office at 864-596-2549.

If you have any questions about absentee voting you can email the Registration and Elections Office at VoteAbsentee@spartanburgcounty.org