We're 8 days until the most important election of our lifetime. What's your plan? COLUMBIA, SC - Voting should never be a confusing process, but with the spread COVID-19, we know that many South Carolinians still have questions about how to vote in the November 3rd General Election. SC Equality has compiled information to help ensure you make the best decision on how you can safely cast your [...]
Absentee Voting begins in South Carolina Let’s Elect Pro-Equality Candidates in November. Your Vote. Your Voice.
View Sample Absentee Ballot Forms South Carolina voters can begin casting in-person absentee ballots for the Nov. 6 general election now. The state doesn't allow no-excuses early voting. But someone who is working, will be out of town, is sixty-five years or older, or is physically unable to go to the polls can qualify for an absentee ballot. Machines will be set up in the office of each county election board. Absentee ballots can be cast through Nov. 5, the [...]
SC Equality PAC announce first wave of endorsements for 2018 SC Equality PAC (the political action committee of SC Equality) announce endorsements of a record number of candidates running for state and local office in November. Jeff Ayers, Executive Director of SC Equality said “While many fight to take us backwards, these candidates will fight to advance LGBTQ equality across our state. We are proud to endorse this record number of candidates this year.” By endorsing a record number [...]
SC Equality PAC has endorsed James Smith for Governor. A long-time champion for LGBTQ equality in the SC House of Representatives, James Smith has been outspoken vocal supporter and advocate for SC Equality. He recognizes that all South Carolinians deserve the same rights in our state and understands the critical need for legislation protecting LGBTQ South Carolinians in the workplace, housing and public accommodations. This past legislative session, he sponsored H-3891 “Workplace Freedom Act”, which sought to establish [...]