Absentee Ballot Request Deadlines Approaching

Absentee Ballot Request Deadlines Approaching

Online: 4pm today, Monday, October 25, is the last day to request an application for an absentee ballot online. You may still vote in-person at one of our two absentee precincts located in Summerville and St. George. Phone/Fax: Tuesday, October 26, is the last day to request an application for an absentee ballot by phone to be faxed to you. Important: APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED IN OUR OFFICE BY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29 AT 2pm. St. GeorgeSummerville 201 Johnston Street St. George, SC 20477500 N Main Street Summerville, SC...
DorchesterVotes.org Goes Mobile

DorchesterVotes.org Goes Mobile

If you have a Blackberry, Android, Palm, or iPhone, you can now view a mobile version of our website. Just type http://dorchestervotes.org into your browser and it will automatically display the mobile site. Most stories can be viewed, although some content is not available such as requesting an absentee ballot...

Important Forms

Below are some important forms you may need. Register to vote: Voter Registration Form Mail form to: 201 Johnston Street, St. George, SC 29477 Email form to: vote@dorchestercounty.net Fax form to: 843-832-0186 or 843-563-0186 Update your information: Change of Address Form Mail form to: 201 Johnston Street, St. George, SC 29477 Email form to: vote@dorchestercounty.net Fax form to: 843-832-0186 or 843-563-0186 Want to become a poll worker? Use this form: Poll Worker Application Mail form to: 2120 East Main Street, Dorchester, SC 29437...
Military & Overseas Citizens (UOCAVA)

Military & Overseas Citizens (UOCAVA)

Federal law requires states to provide military and overseas citizens with special procedures to help facilitate voter registration and absentee voting by these citizens.  The Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA) covers: members of the United States Uniformed Services and merchant marine; their family members; and United States citizens residing outside the United States. Military and overseas citizens can use the Federal Post Card Application (FPCA), also known as Standard Form 76, to register to vote and to request an absentee ballot.  Visit the Federal Voting Assistance Program’s (FVAP) South Carolina-specific FPCA page. Military and overseas citizens can send and receive voting materials by fax and email.  If you wish to use the fax or email options, you must indicate this on your FPCA.  Instructions for doing so are found on the FVAP’s South Carolina-specific FPCA page. Federal law requires absentee ballots to be sent to military and overseas citizens at least 45 days prior to an election. Ballots for the June 2010 Primaries will be sent by April 24. Military and overseas voters will receive Instant Runoff Voting (IRV) ballots with their Primary ballots.  IRV allows a voter to rank the candidates for each office in a Primary.  If a Primary Runoff is necessary for a particular office (no candidate receives more than 50% of the vote), the IRV ballot rankings are used to determine the voter’s choice in the Runoff. Ballots for the November 2010 General Election will be sent by September 18. Military and overseas citizens can use the Federal Write-In Absentee Ballot (FWAB) if they are concerned with receiving their printed ballot and returning it...
2010 General Election Sample Ballots

2010 General Election Sample Ballots

Look at the table below to find your sample ballot. You may sort the table by precinct or ballot style. NOTE: Your precinct may have multiple ballot styles. Your ballot style is based on your physical location in your precinct. If you are unsure of the districts you will be voting for, please contact our office at (843) 832-0071. Precinct CodePrecinct NameBallot Style 050ArchdaleBallot Style #17 081Archdale 2Ballot Style #17 061Ashborough EastBallot Style #13 082Ashborough East 2Ballot Style #13 062Ashborough WestBallot Style #13 083Ashborough West 2Ballot Style #13 063Ashley RiverBallot Style #21 066Bacons BridgeBallot Style #21 066Bacons BridgeBallot Style #13 066Bacons BridgeBallot Style #17 041Beech HillBallot Style #10 084Beech Hill 2Ballot Style #10 084Beech Hill 2Ballot Style #8 067BrandymillBallot Style #13 085Brandymill 2Ballot Style #13 068BriarwoodBallot Style #11 068BriarwoodBallot Style #12 086Briarwood 2Ballot Style #11 086Briarwood 2Ballot Style #12 087Briarwood 3Ballot Style #12 069ButternutBallot Style #15 048CarolinaBallot Style #18 048CarolinaBallot Style #16 048CarolinaBallot Style #15 048CarolinaBallot Style #19 070CentralBallot Style #16 070CentralBallot Style #15 088Central 2Ballot Style #16 044ClemsonBallot Style #15 089Clemson 2Ballot Style #15 090Clemson 3Ballot Style #19 090Clemson 3Ballot Style #15 038CoastalBallot Style #11 079Coastal 2Ballot Style #11 079Coastal 2Ballot Style #12 080Coastal 3Ballot Style #11 080Coastal 3Ballot Style #12 071CoosawBallot Style #13 071CoosawBallot Style #17 091Coosaw 2Ballot Style #13 091Coosaw 2Ballot Style #17 072CypressBallot Style #19 072CypressBallot Style #15 036DelemarsBallot Style #7 036DelemarsBallot Style #8 049DorchesterBallot Style #16 092Dorchester 2Ballot Style #16 042FlowertownBallot Style #14 093Flowertown 2Ballot Style #14 031Four HoleBallot Style #5 031Four HoleBallot Style #3 031Four HoleBallot Style #6 031Four HoleBallot Style #4 045GermantownBallot Style #16 035GivhansBallot Style #7 094Givhans 2Ballot Style #7 094Givhans...
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