voter information: clemson, sc

Your voice matters! Make plans to vote this election for local and state offices. Local elections affect your lives in countless ways, so be sure your opinions are heard.

Early Voting for All

Thanks to a new law in South Carolina, all registered voters* can vote early, with no excuse needed. You can walk in, show your photo ID, and vote without any extra paperwork. Here's our closest voting info:

Location: Central-Clemson Library, 105 Commons Way, Central, SC

Dates: Monday through Saturday, October 24 - November 5 (yes, you can vote on Saturdays, but not on Sundays)

Times: 8:30 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 8

If you do not choose to vote early, you can go to the ballot box on Election Day, Tuesday, November 8. Find your voting location here. Be sure to double-check where you vote, as this information may have changed from previous years due to the pandemic and redistricting. You can vote in person on Election Day from 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. Bring a photo ID. 

Who is on the ballot?

First, please do not vote straight ticket. Doing so will risk your vote not being made in some key elections. Please skip the first screen asking for a single-party vote, and instead go through each office to select your choice.

I'm on the ballot as the Democrat running for Pickens County Council, District 1. To see your sample ballot, visit To learn more about candidates on your ballot, including Governor, Senator, Superintendent of Education, Secretary of State, City Council Members and more, visit

Why should I vote for Claiborne Linvill?

I love this city, have great hopes for this county, and have a vision to move Pickens County Forward. Learn more about me on my bio page, and learn more about my ideas for making life better in Pickens County here


*Not sure if you're registered to vote? Visit to check your status. The deadline to register in time for this election has passed. You may still be able to make address or name changes at the Pickens Election Office

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