Election & Voters Registration

Jeanine M. Bostick

Director
PO Box 299 - 1506 Grays Highway, Unit A Ridgeland, SC 29936
Phone: 843-726-7709 Fax: 843-726-7626
Contact us via email
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-5:00PM

2024 Jasper County Soil & Water Petition Candidate Filing Notice

2024 Jasper County Non Partisan Candidate Filing Notice

2024-PUBLIC Election-Calendar-scVOTES

PRESS RELEASE

Mission Statement

The mission of the Jasper County Board of Voters Registration and Elections is to ensure that every eligible citizen has the opportunity to register to vote, participate in fair and impartial elections and have the assurance that their votes will count


BOARD OF ELECTIONS AND REGISTRATION COMMISSION

Combined Board Precincts: 18

 STAFF
 TITLE
 DEPARTMENTS
 PHONE
 Bond, Christopher
 Board Member
 Voters Registration
 (973) 271-0747
 Bostick , Jeanine
 Director
 Voters Registration
 (843) 368-3810
 
 Administrative Assistant
 Voters Registration
 (843) 726-7709
 Dopson, Cheryl
 Vice-Chairwoman
 Voters Registration
 (843) 226-1759
 Thompson, Crystal
 Deputy Director
 Voters Registration
 (854) 683-0208
 Fair, Carrie
 Board Member
 Voters Registration
 (843) 368-7634
 Mitchell III, Dave
 Chairman
 Voters Registration
 (843) 271-2741
 Parker, Dr. Karen
 Chaplain / Board Member
 Voters Registration
 (843) 226-0185
 Stevenson-Stewart, Hilda
 Board Member
 Voters Registration
 (843) 263-1494

Final Reminders for Voting in the June Primaries

COLUMBIA, SC (June 6, 2024) – With the early voting period for the June Primaries winding down, the S.C. State Election Commission (SEC) wants to highlight essential reminders for voting on Election Day, Tuesday, June 11. “We want all voters to be prepared for the polls and have a smooth Election Day,” said Howie Knapp, Executive Director of the SEC, “Don’t miss this opportunity for your voice to be heard.”  

Key Tips for Voting on Election Day 

Date: Tuesday, June 11

Time: Polling places will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Anyone in line before 7:00 p.m. will be allowed to vote. 

Location: Your election day polling place. You can find your up-to-date polling place by visiting scVOTES.gov or by contacting your county voter registration office. 

What to Bring: Voters will be asked to present a current and valid Photo ID when checking in to vote. A list of acceptable Photo IDs include: 

  • S.C. Driver’s License 
  • S.C. Department of Motor Vehicles ID Card 
  • S.C. Voter Registration Card with Photo 
  • Federal Military ID 
  • U.S. Passport 

I still have my absentee ballot, what should I do

  • For the ballot to count, it must be received by the county voter registration office no later than 7:00 p.m. on June 11.
  • Be sure to sign the voter’s oath and have the return envelope witnessed before returning the ballot.  Make sure the witness provides an address.
  • Instead of mailing your ballot, consider personally delivering your ballot to ensure it arrives on time.
  • Photo ID is required when returning the absentee ballot in person.
  • Visit scVOTES.gov for more information about how an Immediate Family Member or Authorized Representative can assist you with returning your absentee ballot.

Stay Prepped for the Polls

  • Discover the candidates and questions by checking a copy of your sample ballot on scVOTES.gov.
  • Find FAQs and our Voter Go-to Guides for the 2024 Statewide Primaries.
  • Find up-to-date voting locations and contact information for your county voter registration office.
  • Stay connected with us on Facebook, Instagram, or X. 

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