South Carolina

South Carolina

         Safe, accessible, and secure

Update re Senate bill and SEC FAQs, Sept. 5, 2020

August Action Alert with talking points

Our campaign for safe elections, described in full

Sept.1, 8, 15: StraightTalk 2020 - Voting in America, series offered virtually by the Riley Institute. Explore how 244 years of voting history continue to shape our behavior at the polls today.  What are the consequences when politicians choose the voters?  And what exactly is going to happen with mail-in voting this year?          





          League is 100 years old.

2020 is our Centennial Year! 

> The 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment!
> The 100th anniversary of the League of Women Voters! 

Governor’s Proclamation

 In Her Shoes

In Her Shoes: The League of Women Voters of South Carolina 1920-2020  

Our long-awaited history by Sheila Haney is available now!  You will find more information here. 

Price: $15 a copy. All royalties go to the League of Women Voters of South Carolina.

Order your copy here




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     Making Democracy Work

The LWV’s primary advocacy work
is on good government issues:
• Voter Access
• Redistricting
• A Fair Judiciary
• Ethics & Dark Money
• Home Rule

George Floyd Statement

LWVSC profoundly deplores all forms of racial injustice and oppression. Please see our response to George Floyd’s murder here. 

 Census 2020

LWV members are invited to tell Congress that the census must continue in a manner that facilitates a fair and accurate count.





 People Powered Fair Maps

    Redistricting in SC

Join our redistricting blog and keep informed of the latest information.        

 Gender & Racial Equality

“The LWVSC supports gender and

racial equity, including ratification
of the Equal Rights Amendment, and the
promotion of fairness in hiring,
advancement, pay, and in representation
in public appointments.”
  —— adopted at Convention, May 2019