Tuesday, November 6 is Election Day in our country. It’s important for everyone who is eligible to exercise the right to cast their ballot…even those with disabilities.
If you will be 18 years old on or before November 6, you must register by this Saturday, October 6.
For those with disabilities, you’re eligible to vote by absentee ballot via mail or in person. To vote by mail, you will need to apply for a ballot. Applications can be picked up at your local Election Commission Office or you can download it from the SC Votes website at www.scvotes.org.
Curbside voting will be available for people with disabilities at the polls on Election Day. Once parked in the designated spot, a poll worker will bring a voting machine to your vehicle allowing you to conveniently cast your vote.
For more information about voting absentee or accessibility accommodations at polling places, you can visit www.scvotes.org.