VOTER REGISTRATION & ELECTION BOARD
The Office of Election and Voter Registration is charged with the responsibility of keeping up-to-date records on 16,100 registered voters in Union County. The office also programs the street addresses of voters in conjunction with the 911 system making sure all voting precincts and districts are listed correctly.The office also conducts absentee elections. Absentee ballots are available either in person or through the mail. Completed ballots are then returned to this office where they are secured until being counted by this office on election
If you are 18 years old, a US Citizen, legal resident of Union County, with no felony convictions for which you are currently serving a sentence, and you are not declared mentally incompetent by a court of law, then you can register to vote by presenting proper identification (driver's license reflecting a local residence address is acceptable) to the Voter Registration Office in the Chrysler Building, 1246 S. Duncan By Pass, Suite B, Union, S.C. It is also possible to register by mail on a form available throughout the County from various civic organizations, political party officials, branch library location, or mailed by Voter Registration. Registration by Mail Forms must be postmarked no later than 30 days prior to the election. A citizen may come into the office up to 30 days before the election in order to vote in that election.
(Complete and return in person or mail to office)
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