Guide for the City of Greenville General Municipal Elections

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Today is the big day — aka Election Dayand 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 about how and where to vote, along with what we’re voting on. 👇 

Are you registered?

First things first, make sure you’re eligible + registered to vote.

Find your polling location

Greenville County polling places will be open on Tues., Nov. 2 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. If you’re unsure where to go, you can click here that to see your polling location. You’ll be required to show either photo ID or documentation that verifies your current address.

Voting absentee? You can vote absentee in person up until 5 p.m. today or by mail as long as your ballot has been received by the county voter registration office by 7 p.m. today.

Looking for COVID-19 safety information? Find coronavirus updates from the South Carolina Election Commission here

What are we voting on?

In the City of Greenville, you’ll be voting for several City Council seats and the Greenville Commissioner of Public Works.

The candidates

Here are the candidates that will be on the ballot in Greenville. ⬇️ To determine your district, check out these interactive maps + resources, then use your districts to identify your candidates

You can also identify your voting district by checking your voter registration status or sample ballot. Find information on how congressional and state legislative district boundaries are established here. 

Greenville City Council District 2

Grenville City Council, District 4

Greenville City Council At-Large

Greenville Commissioner of Public Works 

​​And that’s not all…click here to see what else is at stake in the Upstate.

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