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South Carolina 2020 Action Center

Tools & Resources to Help #FlipSCBlue

What's at Stake in SC in 2020?
Two words: Jaime Harrison. The Senate candidate running against Lindsey Graham is taking South Carolina by storm & out-fundraising the incumbent; polls show Harrison within striking distance.

Enthusiasm for Harrison could propel victories down the ballot as well, with only 5 seats needed to flip the State Senate. Democrat Joe Cunningham's House seat is definitely vulnerable this cycle, and he needs our help to keep it blue.
What's at Stake in SC in 2020?
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Two words: Jaime Harrison. The Senate candidate running against Lindsey Graham is taking South Carolina by storm & out-fundraising the incumbent; polls show Harrison within striking distance.

Enthusiasm for Harrison could propel victories down the ballot as well, with only 5 seats needed to flip the State Senate. Democrat Joe Cunningham's House seat is definitely vulnerable this cycle, and he needs our help to keep it blue.

But What Can We

A lot! DemCast has packed this page with ways you can help. Get busy!

Meet the Candidates

We’ve done the homework for you. These are the candidates up & down the ballot who need the most attention if we’re gonna #FlipSCBlue.

Give a Boost to SC's Future Leaders

We’ve created a single fund, so you can give to all of the most critical candidates with one click!

Join Virtual Events & Take Action

Whether you want to phone bank, text bank, attend digital rallies or get training, we’re aggregating opportunities across the state.

SC News Center - Read & Amplify!

We’re curating on-point news & opinion content worthy of amplification. Click to read!

Take Action On Social Media!

Use your social media feed to help flip SC, no matter where you live. 

Share Custom Posts

We’ve set up a special toolkit with pre-written posts about SC candidates and causes. Customize & share these posts to help spread key messages for the state! Click the toolkit icon to get started!

Take Action on Twitter

Subscribe to our Twitter List, which shares the combined Twitter feeds from all of the most critical candidates in South Carolina. Return daily & amplify them often! Click on the birdy to subscribe. (Our YouTube Tutorial: Using Twitter Lists)

Amplify & use the #DemCastSC hashtag! Lots of people are adopting this state and using our hashtag to find & flag important info. Click below to check out the latest #DemCastSC posts!

Key Election Dates & Ballot Info

Be sure you know the details about when and how to vote safely in SC this year. 

Election MilestoneDatesInformation
Online Voter RegistrationSunday, October 4, 2020You need a South Carolina driver's license or DMV ID card to use the online voter registration system. The address on record at the DMV needs to match the address where you're registering to vote, this can be updated online. If you don't have the correct ID, you can still register by mail to vote.
Absentee Ballot RequestsFriday, October 30, 2020You should request your ballot as far in advance of the election as possible.
Absentee Ballots Delivered7:00 pm, November 3, 2020Vote and return the ballot to your county voter registration office either by mail or personal delivery. Place the ballot in the "ballot here-in" envelope and place the "ballot here-in" envelope in the return envelope. Be sure to sign the voter's oath and have your signature witnessed. Anyone can witness your signature. A notary is not necessary.
Early VotingSouth Carolina does not offer an early voting period.South Carolina does not offer an early voting period. If you will be unable to vote in person on Election Day, you can request an absentee ballot by mail or by visiting your local election office.
Election DayTuesday, November 3, 2020You will be asked to show photo ID to vote in South Carolina. If you have a reasonable impediment to obtaining photo ID, you may vote a provisional ballot after showing your non-photo voter registration card.

Important Web Links for Voters

These are links to critical sites and documents for SC voters.

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