- Chantal W.
- Thursday, October 01, 2020
It's that time of year when we head to the polls to make our voices heard!
Every four years, on the first Tuesday of November, Americans head to polls to elect a President. This year election day falls on Tuesday, November 3.
Make your voice heard and vote!
Meet the 2020 candidates for the office of the United States President.
Joe Biden (Democrat) for President and Kamala Harris for Vice President
Visit the official campaign Biden-Harris website to learn more about Joe Biden, Kamala Harris and more about their campaign platform and vision.
Donald Trump (Republican) for President and Mike Pence for Vice President
Learn more about President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence at their official campaign website.
In addition there are three third party candidates on the South Carolina ballot:
- Roque "Rocky" De La Fuente (Alliance) for President and Darcy G. Richardson for Vice President Check out his Facebook page for more information.
- Howie Hawkins (Green) for President and Angela Walker for Vice President Check out his Facebook page for more information.
- Jo Jorgensen (Libertarian) for President and Jeremy Spike Cohen for Vice President. Check out her official campaign website to learn more about Ms. Jorgensen and her running mate and more about their platform.
How do I find out who will be on the ballot where I vote?
Click here to get your voter information and to find out who will be on the ballot at your voting precinct.
You will be asked to input your county, first and last name and your birthdate. When you submit this information you will get your voter information including things such as your Voting Precinct, the location of the precinct and its address.
You will also be given your voting districts which include the U.S. Congressional District, SC Senate District, SC House District, County Council, School District, and School Board District At Large. You will also be presented with a button which will allow you to see your sample ballot before you get to the polls so you can do your research before you cast your vote.