2010 General Election is Today

2010 General Election is Today

South Carolina voters go to the polls on Tuesday, November 2nd.  Below are some of the most frequently asked questions regarding general elections: Q.  What candidates and/or offices are on the ballot today? A.    The candidates and offices on a particular ballot will differ depending on the county and districts in which you reside.  To find out what candidates will appear on ballots in your precinct visit Dorchester County Sample Ballots. Q.   Where do I vote? A.    At the polling place in your precinct.  Your precinct and polling place are listed on your voter registration card.  To ensure your polling place hasn’t changed since your card was issued, check your voter registration by visitingDorchester County Precinct Information. Q.  What hours will the polls be open? A.  Polling places are open 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.  Anyone in line at 7:00 p.m. will be allowed to vote. Q.   What do I need to take with me to the polls to vote? A.  You will be required to show any one of the following items to vote: Voter registration card* South Carolina Driver’s license ID card issued by the S.C. Department of Motor Vehicles *If you registered by mail, are voting for the first time since registering, and did not include identification with your application; you will not be allowed to vote with only your voter registration card.  You must complete the voter registration process by providing one of the following IDs:  Either a valid photo ID such as a driver’s license or DMV-issued ID card; or a copy of a current utility bill, bank statement, paycheck or other government document that...
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...
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...
2010 Constitutional Amendment Questions

2010 Constitutional Amendment Questions

Questions are also available to download here: 2010 Constitutional Amendment Questions Amendment 1 Must Article I of the Constitution of this State, relating to the declaration of rights under the state’s constitution, be amended by adding Section 25 so as to provide that hunting and fishing are valuable parts of the state’s heritage, important for conservation, and a protected means of managing nonthreatened wildlife; to provide that the citizens of South Carolina shall have the right to hunt, fish, and harvest wildlife traditionally pursued, subject to laws and regulations promoting sound wildlife conservation and management as prescribed by the General Assembly; and to specify that this section must not be construed to abrogate any private property rights, existing state laws or regulations, or the state’s sovereignty over its natural resources? Explanation: A ‘Yes’ vote will make it a constitutional right for citizens to hunt and fish and will permit the State to legally provide for proper wildlife management and the protection of private property rights. Amendment 2 Must Article II of the Constitution of this State, relating to the right of suffrage, be amended by adding Section 12 so as to provide that the fundamental right of an individual to vote by secret ballot is guaranteed for a designation, a selection, or an authorization for employee representation by a labor organization? Explanation A ‘Yes’ vote will give employees the constitutional right to vote by secret ballot when they are voting on whether to be represented by a labor union. Amendment 3 Must Section 36(A), Article III of the Constitution of this State be amended so as to increase from...
2010 General Election Candidate Information

2010 General Election Candidate Information

The following offices and candidates shall be on the ballots of the November 2, 2010 General Election in Dorchester County, South Carolina. All offices are 1-Seat to Fill unless otherwise posted. A candidate may be nominated by more than one political party. Such candidates are commonly referred to as “fusion candidates.” Click here for information regarding candidates representing more than one party. Governor Morgan Bruce Reeves, Green Nikki R Haley, Republican Vincent A Sheheen, Democratic Morgan Bruce Reeves, United Citizens Lieutenant Governor Ken Ard, Republican Ashley Cooper, Democratic Secretary of State Mark Hammond, Republican Marjorie L Johnson, Democratic State Treasurer Curtis Loftis, Republican Attorney General Leslie Minerd, Green Alan Wilson, Republican Matthew Richardson, Democratic Comptroller General Richard A Eckstrom, Republican Robert Barber, Democratic State Superintendent of Education Doretha A Bull, Green Mick Zais, Republican Tim Moultrie, Libertarian Frank Holleman, Democratic Tony Fayyazi, Independence Adjutant General Bob Livingston, Republican Commissioner of Agriculture Hugh Weathers, Republican Tom E Elliott, Democratic U.S. Senate Tom Clements, Green Jim DeMint, Republican Alvin M Greene, Democratic U.S. House of Representatives District 1 Robert Dobbs, Green Tim Scott, Republican Keith Blandford, Libertarian Ben Frasier, Democratic Rob Groce, Working Families M E Mac McCullough, United Citizens Jimmy Wood, Independence U.S. House of Representatives District 6 Nammu Y Muhammad, Green Jim Pratt, Republican James E Jim Clyburn, Democratic State House of Representatives District 94 Jenny Horne, Republican State House of Representatives District 97 Patsy G. Knight, Democrat State House of Representatives District 98 Christine Jackson, Democrat Chris Murphy, Republican State House of Representatives District 114 Bobby Harrell, Republican County Council District 1 Willie R. Davis, Democrat County Council District...
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