All of South Carolina May Vote Absentee

Governor McMaster has signed into law legislation passed Tuesday by the General Assembly that authorizes any registered South Carolina voter to cast an absentee ballot in any election in June of this year. The provision expires on July 1, and does not apply to any elections after that date. That means that nearly 53,000 Oconee County residents are eligible to vote absentee in both the June 9 primaries and June 20 runoffs. Checking your polling place and get full details on how to vote absentee at