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2024 Election Information

South Carolina State Primary 

Early Voting

Held in 3 locations:

Aiken County Government Center

1930 University Pkwy. Suite 1200

Aiken, SC 29801 

Aiken Co. Roy Warner Park

       4287 Festival Trail Rd

        Wagener, SC 29164

North Augusta Community Center (No. 25)

        495 Brookside Ave

         North Augusta, SC 29841

DATES: May 28 - June 7

HOURS: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Monday - Friday)

Closed weekends and state holidays

Statewide Primary

June 11 Polls open 7:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m.  

Click here for Aiken County Election information​

  Click here for Voter Go-To Guide

       POLL WATCHER TRAINING is finished.

                Thank you to all who attended


All new poll watchers are required to attend a class.

2024 Aiken County Election Commission Meeting Schedule:

Aiken County Government Center

1930 University Pkwy

Meeting begins at 5:30 pm in Sandlapper Room
**First floor doors open for public access from 5:00pm- 5:45pm**

May 13

June 17

July (no meeting)

August 12

September 16

October 14

November 18

December 9 (tentative, if needed)

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


May 31, 2024 - deadline to apply for absentee ballot

for June 11 Primary election

June 11, 2024 - deadline to RETURN absentee ballot

for June 11 Primary Election

Apply for Absentee ballot in several ways:

Phone: 803.642.2028

Mail: P.O Box 3127, Aiken, SC 29802

Office: Aiken County Government Center

1930 University Pkwy. Suite 1200

Aiken, SC 29801

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



  1. We must stay involved in the election process. Knowledge is power!  If you talk to a person who wants to be more involved and need more information, please send me an email at:


        2. Support good common sense election bills. 

The ACE act is being proposed on the Federal House Floor, please contact your federal representative and ask them to co-sponsor this bill.  Click on the link for more information about the American Confidence in Elections: The Path to Election Integrity Across America


3. Recruit and register new voters if you can.  Also, be sure to go to and check your registration to ensure when you can vote with a normal ballot.  It’s best to address any issues before election day.

Most importantly, plan to Vote!

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