Municipal Election Day is less than a month away, Tuesday, Nov. 7, and we’ve done the Googling so you don’t have to. To make this election as easy as possible, we’ve curated need-to-know information to get you ready as you head to the polls, including who (and what) will be on your ballot.
What are we voting on?
In the City of Greenville, you’ll be voting for mayor, three city council members (District 1, District 3, and an at-large seat), and the commissioner of public works.
- Knox White (incumbent), Republican
- Michelle Shain, Democrat
City Council District 1
- John DeWorken (incumbent), Republican
City Council District 3
- Ken Gibson (incumbent), Democrat
City Council member-at-large
- Dorothy Dowe (incumbent), Democrat
- Randall Fowler, Republican
Commissioner of Public Works
- Phillip Kilgore (incumbent), Republican
Are you registered?
Before you vote, make sure you’re eligible + registered.
It’s too late to register if you haven’t already because the deadline to register to vote in person + update your address is 30 days before Election Day.
Find your polling location
City of Greenville’s polling places will be open on Tues., Nov. 7 from 7 a.m.-7 p.m., and this interactive map will help you locate your polling place. If you’re still unsure where to go, you can request voter information that provides your registration status + polling location.
Early voting will be available Monday, Oct. 23-Friday, Nov. 3 from 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. (Monday-Friday) at the following locations:
- Greenville County Square, 301 University Ridge (enter off Howe Street and follow the signs to the old building)
- City of Greenville Public Works, 475 Fairforest Way
You’ll be asked to show a photo ID when checking in to vote.
Voting absentee? You must request your absentee ballot by Friday, Oct. 27, and completed ballots must be received by 7 p.m. on Election Day, Tues., Nov. 7, to be counted. See if you qualify for an absentee ballot.
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