2012 General Official Results

2012 General Official Results

The Dorchester County Registration & Elections Commission, serving as the Dorchester County Board of Canvassers, met at 10:00am on Friday, November 9, 2012, decided all provisional and provisional failsafe ballots, and certified the Official Results of the November 6, 2012 General Election.  See below for official results. Click here for official results   Post-Certification Audit Post-Certification Audit Report EL45A Election Summary Report – Group Detail EL30A Precinct Report – Group Detail EL68 Manual Entry Report EL68A System Log EL152 Event Log EL155 iVotronic Vote Image Log EL159 Write-in Report By Precinct   Pre-Certification Audit Pre-Certification Audit Report EL45A Election Summary Report – Group Detail EL30A Precinct Report – Group Detail EL68 Manual Entry Report EL68A System Log EL152 Event Log EL155 iVotronic Vote Image Log EL159 Write-in Report By...
2012 General Election Sample Ballots

2012 General Election Sample Ballots

Important: It is extremely important to look at your card and see which precinct you are assigned to and where your voting location is. All voters must vote in their assigned precincts. You can also check your voting location and districts online here. #Precinct NameBallot Styles 25RosinvilleBallot Style 02 - State House 97 25RosinvilleBallot Style 01 - State House 102 26St George 2Ballot Style 04 - School District 41 26St George 2Ballot Style 03 - School District 43 27St George 1Ballot Style 04 - School District 41 27St George 1Ballot Style 03 - School District 43 28GroverBallot Style 04 - School District 41 28GroverBallot Style 03 - School District 43 29ReevesvilleBallot Style 04 - School District 41 29ReevesvilleBallot Style 02 - School District 42 30HarleyvilleBallot Style 05 31Four HoleBallot Style 05 33RossesBallot Style 06 33RossesBallot Style 03 - School District 43 34RidgevilleBallot Style 06 - State House 97 34RidgevilleBallot Style 05 - State House 102 35GivhansBallot Style 07 36DelemarsBallot Style 07 - State House 97 36DelemarsBallot Style 08 - State House 114 37Saul DamBallot Style 09 38CoastalBallot Style 10 39TrolleyBallot Style 11 40TranquilBallot Style 11 41Beech HillBallot Style 12 42FlowertownBallot Style 13 43KnightsvilleBallot Style 14 44ClemsonBallot Style 14 45GermantownBallot Style 15 46GreenwaveBallot Style 16 47NewingtonBallot Style 16 48CarolinaBallot Style 18 48CarolinaBallot Style 17 - County Council 6 49DorchesterBallot Style 20 49DorchesterBallot Style 19 - County Council 6 50ArchdaleBallot Style 21 52StallsvilleBallot Style 10 52StallsvilleBallot Style 16 - County Council 5 54Indian FieldBallot Style 02 55SpannBallot Style 10 55SpannBallot Style 22 - County Council 6 56North SummervilleBallot Style 22 - State House District 94 56North SummervilleBallot Style 23 - State...
In-Person Absentee Voting Dates

In-Person Absentee Voting Dates

On Thursday, September 20, the Dorchester County Elections Commission approved the following dates for in-person absentee voting. Please note there are different dates for St. George and Summerville. St. George: Dates: October 8 – November 5 Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Location: Voter Registration Office, Kenneth Waggoner Building, 201 Johnston Street, St. George Summerville: Dates: October 22 – November 2 Hours of Operation: Monday – Wednesday, 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. and Thursday – Friday, 9 a.m. until 7 p.m. Location: County Council Chamber, 500 North Main Street, Summerville You can also request an application to vote by mail by calling 832-0132 or 563-0132. You may also make this request online at SCVotes.org or via email. If you have questions, please call 832-0132 or...
South Carolina Launches Online Voter Registration System

South Carolina Launches Online Voter Registration System

Only 12 other states allow citizens to register to vote online Columbia, SC (October 2, 2012) – The S.C. State Election Commission today announced the launch of one of the nation’s first paperless online voter registration systems, greatly simplifying the registration process and encouraging more citizens to participate in elections. “South Carolina has made important improvements to our registration and elections process in the last decade, and we are proud to announce one of the single most important changes to the process is now a reality,” said Marci Andino, executive director of the State Election Commission. “There’s no waiting in line, no forms to print out, nothing to mail in. Any eligible person can register in just minutes.” Citizens must register to vote by Saturday, October 6, in order to vote on November 6, and online registration is available now to expedite the process. Any eligible South Carolinian with a driver’s license or identification card issued by the S.C. Department of Motor Vehicles (SCDMV) can register at scVOTES.org. After completing an online form, the information is verified instantly using existing data on file with SCDMV.  Once the county voter registration office reviews the application, the voter receives a voter registration card in the mail within a few days. In the 1990s, South Carolina became the first state in the country to make its voter registration form available online and is now one of only 13 states to have paperless, online voter registration.  Until now, voters were required to download the form, complete it by hand and attach a copy of a current valid photo ID or a copy of a current...
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