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Voter Registration
Absentee Voting
Persons qualified to vote by absentee ballot:

(A) Qualified electors in any of the following categories must be permitted to vote by absentee ballot in all elections when they are absent from their county of residence on election day during the hours the polls are open, to an extent that it prevents them from voting in person:

  1. students, their spouses, and dependents residing with them;
  2. persons serving with the American Red Cross or with the United Service Organizations (USO) who are attached to and serving with the Armed Forces of the United States, their spouses, and dependents residing with them;
  3. governmental employees, their spouses, and dependents residing with them;
  4. persons on vacation (who by virtue of vacation plans will be absent from their county of residence on election day);
  5. employment obligations require them to be out of their county of residence on election day; or,
  6. overseas citizens.

(B) Qualified electors in any of the following categories must be permitted to vote by absentee ballot in all elections, whether or not they are absent from their county of residence on election day:

  1. physically disabled persons;
  2. persons whose employment obligations require that they be at their place of employment during the hours that the polls are open;
  3. certified poll watchers, poll managers, county board of voter registration and elections members and staff, county and state election commission members and staff working on election day;
  4. persons attending sick or physically disabled persons;
  5. persons admitted to hospitals as emergency patients on the day of an election or within a four-day period before the election;
  6. persons with a death or funeral in the family within a three-day period before the election;
  7. persons who will be serving as jurors in a state or federal court on election day;
  8. persons sixty-five years of age or older;
  9. persons confined to a jail or pretrial facility pending disposition of arrest or trial;
    or,
  10. members of the Armed Forces and Merchant Marines of the United States, their spouses, and dependents residing with them.

  11. Reference: SC Code of Laws, Title 7, chapter 15.

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