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UPCOMING MEETINGS for Aiken County Re-Organization:

March 2: Special Precinct Reorganization Meeting. Precincts 53 – Hollow Creek, 69 – Anderson Pond (79), 70 – Sandstone (70), 76 – South Aiken No. 76, and 79 – Sandstone (79). Big Red Barn, 6:30pm. 187 Chime Bell Church Rd, Aiken.

March 9: Aiken GOP Meeting and Re-Organization Meeting. This is a county-wide meeting of all precinct leaders and members to complete needed reorganization forms. Big Red Barn, 7pm. 187 Chime Bell Church Rd, Aiken.

March 13: Sleepy Hollow #65 Precinct Reorganization Meeting. 7pm, Good Hope Baptist Church Fellowship Hall, 2118 Silver Bluff Road, Aiken.

March 26: Aiken GOP Reorganization Second Meeting. This will be a backup meeting for those that are not able to attend the other meetings. Location and time TBA.



Aiken County Election Information, click here.

2023 Aiken County Election Commission Meeting Schedule:

Aiken County Government Center

1930 University Pkwy

5:30 pm
**First floor doors open for public access from 5:00pm- 5:45pm**

January 30, March 13, April 17, May 15, June 12, September 25, October 16, November 13 

*** View past meeting minutes, click here ***


Don't forget your Photo ID (or voter registration card if you do not have a Photo ID)

Absentee (by-mail only)

Absentee voting allows qualified voters to cast a ballot by mail prior to Election Day. Qualified voters include:

  • Voters with disabilities.

  • Voters 65 years of age or older.

  • Members of the Armed Forces and Merchant Marines of the United States, their spouses, and dependents residing with them.

  • Voters admitted to hospitals as emergency patients on the day of an election or within a four-day period before the election.

  • Voters who, for one of the following reasons, are unable to vote in person on any day of the early-voting period or on Election Day.

    • Employment obligations.

    • Attending sick or physically disabled persons.

    • Confined to a jail or pretrial facility pending disposition of arrest or trial.

    • Absent from their county for any reason.

To vote absentee:

  • Request an absentee application by phone, mail, or in person at the voter registration office.

  • Complete, sign and return the application to the voter registration office by mail or in person.

County offices will soon begin issuing new applications based on the new requirements. The old application will continue to be accepted through May 31. After May 31, only new applications meeting current requirements will be accepted. The deadline to return a new application is June 3.

  • You will receive your absentee ballot in the mail.

  • Vote and return your ballot to the voter registration office by mail or in person no later than 7:00pm on Election Day


Precinct reorganization is a perfect time to remind voters of how important it is to get involved in the election process. If you talk to a person who wants to be more involved and need more information, please send me an email at:

Please help recruit and register new voters if you can.  Also, be sure to go to SC Votes and check your registration to ensure when you can vote and not have to do a provisional ballot. Most of all, please plan to Vote!

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