South Carolina

South Carolina

      Post Election 2020

 Our campaign to ensure safety, accessibility, and security during the pandemic for our primary and general elections delivered good results!

  •  Hundreds of LWV members and others in our large coalition of concerned citizens took the time to write letters and place calls to legislators, urging appropriate changes for voting during a pandemic.
  •  The General Assembly and the Governor approved most of what we wanted, which made a huge difference in affording all registered voters a safe opportunity to exercise their right to vote. Thank you, all!

Our campaign for safe elections, described in full     









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  George Floyd Statement 

Racial Justice Programs: Fall-Winter 2020-2021

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


 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! 



     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

Holliday stocking

Have Holiday Needs for Leaguers?  Shop here

League stuffers include: grilling aprons, coffee mugs, ink pens, notecards, T-shirts, reversable business cards. 


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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    Redistricting in SC

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 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





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