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Your Vote is Your Voice

Learn about ALL of the candidates we have endorsed for this important election.

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2018 LGBT Voters Guide

Happy Election Day! With so much on the line in these midterms, we need every equality voter to show up and cast your vote. Our community is counting on us!  Just to make it easy, here’s everything you need to get out and vote today!

Who’s on the ballot?  Here’s our list of pro-equality candidates. Print it out and take it with you!

Pro Equality Candidates

What ID do I need? When voting in person, you will be asked to show one of the following Photo IDs:

  • SC Driver’s License
  • SC Department of Motor Vehicles ID Card
    • Includes SC Concealed Weapons Permit
  • SC Voter Registration Card with Photo
  • Federal Military ID
    • Includes all Department of Defense Photo IDs and Veterans Affairs Benefits Card
  • US Passport
    • Includes US Passport ID Card


Make your voting experience as fast and easy as possible by getting a free Photo ID from your county voter registration and elections office or your local DMV office.

Check if I have the right I.D.

Where do I go? Now that early voting has ended, you must go to the designated polling place for your precinct. You can enter your address here if you don’t know your polling place.

Locate My Polling Place

What are the hours? Polls are open from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM. If you’re in line at 7:00 PM, you must be allowed to vote.

What if I’m harrased or discriminated against? You have the right to vote free from intimidation or discrimination! If you experience a problem at the polls, call:

  • UPSTATE:  1-833-VOTESC1

These are voter hotlines staffed with attorneys ready to help. 

Can I get a ride? Call your county Democratic Party Headquarters.  Many communities in South Carolina are offiering FREE rides to the polls!  

Next. How many South Carolinians can you help us VOTE today?

There’s so much at stake this year for our state.


Today, we can send a message to Washigton DC and Columbia that we will not go back. Let’s “TURN OUT THE VOTE” and push South Carolina forward to full equality! But the only way it can happen is if we help everyone we know get to the polls.

So here’s your chance: Forward this email to as many South Carolinians as you can. Make sure they’re fired up and ready to VOTE today.