The Fairfield County Voter Registration and Elections office has certified the petitions of the nonpartisan candidates to appear on the ballot in November.
In preparation for the upcoming election there are a few things that voters should keep in mind to make their voting process easier.
Voters should be mindful that they can vote using their voter registration card or drivers license.
If you have missed place your voter registration card, have moved, or need to make correction visit the Fairfield County Voter Registration office.
The deadline for registering for the Nov. 6 election is Oct. 6, the local office will be open from 9 a.m.-noon on this day.
Director of the election office Debby L. Stidham said, “I am looking forward to a smooth election, and hope there is an increase in voter turn out. I encourage every voter to check their voter registration information and confirm everything is in order before the election day.”
The following candidates will appear on the ballot seeking nonpartisan office in November:
County Council District 2
Carolyn B. Robinson
County Council District 4
Mary W. Brown
County Council District 6
Mary Lynn Kinely
School Board District 2
Paula Meisner Hartman
School Board District 4
School Board District 6
William T. Frick
Soil and Water Commission
Rocky Creek Watershed Director
The following partisan candidates will also appear on the November ballot:
S.C. State Senate District 17
Creighton Coleman- Democratic
Bob Carrison- Republican
S.C. House of Representatives District 41
MaryGail Douglas- Democratic
William Gray- Republican
If you have questions about your voter registration you can contact the local voter registration office or visit www.scvotes.org.