All Voters Can Now Vote Absentee in the June Primaries Runoffs
Every voter in South Carolina is now qualified to vote absentee in the June Primaries and Runoffs. In an act to protect the health and safety of every South Carolinian, Governor McMaster signed into law legislation passed by the General Assembly that authorizes any voter to vote absentee in any election in June 2020. The provision expires on July 1, 2020 and does not apply to any elections after that date. Any voter can now select Reason 18 – State of Emergency on the absentee application.
Request an Absentee Ballot Online
You’ll be asked to verify your information. Once you’ve verified your information and click “submit” the application will download to your computer. You will need to print it and mail it to the location listed on the application
An absentee ballot will be mailed to you shortly
You must now complete and sign the application and return it to your county voter registration office (See below) as soon as possible but no later than 5:00 p.m. by Friday, June 5th. You may return the application by mail, email, fax, or personal delivery.
Request and Absentee Ballot by Phone, Email, Fax or In-person:
Greenville County Board of Voter Registration & Elections
Greenville County Square
301 University Ridge, Suite 1900, Greenville SC 29601-3668
Phone – 864.467.7250
Fax – 864.467.7256
Email – [email protected]
Absentee Correspondence: [email protected]
Absentee Voting in Person
The City of Travelers Rest in partnership with Greenville County Elections will hold absentee voting at City Hall beginning May 26 – June 5 for the June 9th, 2020 Democratic Primary from 9 am to 4:30 pm. If you are not yet registered, you need to register to vote first. Click here to learn more about registering to vote.
To cast your vote:
Visit Travelers Rest City Hall, 125 Trailblazer Drive, beginning Tuesday, May 26 through Friday, June 5 from 9:00 am – 4:30 pm to complete the application, and cast your ballot. You may vote absentee in person up until 4:30 p.m. on June 5th. Rules for photo ID required to vote at the polling place apply.
Make sure your address is up to date
Check your registration card
Bringing your Photo ID (or voter registration card if you do not have a Photo ID)
Wear a protective mask if you have one
Bringing your own pen for signing the poll list
Practicing social distancing by spacing yourself at least six feet apart from others
Please be patient. We are all in this together
For more information on absentee voting from the South Carolina Election Commission click HERE.