Follow UniteWomen.org on our Facebook page.
If you live in South Carolina and would like to join UniteWomen.org’s South Carolina Facebook group, click here.
On Twitter? Follow @UniteWomenSC
Where do the Presidential candidates stand on women’s issues?
For information on the current Democrat Presidential candidate(s), click here.
For information on the current Republican Presidential candidate(s), click here.
South Carolina’s Republican Primary is scheduled for Saturday, 20 February 2016. It is an Open Primary. Presidential candidates are allocated votes in a Winner Take Most manner (50 Republican delegates). The Democrat Primary is scheduled for Saturday, 27 February 2016. It is an Open Primary. Presidential candidates are allocated votes in a Proporational manner (59 Democrat delegates). Click here to see election results.
If you are not currently registered to vote in the state of South Carolina, click here. If you aren’t sure if you’re registered (or just want to verify your info is current), click here. Please be aware that you cannot register to vote or change your existing voter registration information less than 30 days preceding an election.
For more information about this election season and where the candidates stand on the issues, there are many places online that discuss their differences and similarities. Here are a few to consider:
|Lindsey Graham (R)|
|Tim Scott (R)|
|1. Mark Sanford (R)|
|2. Joe Wilson (R)|
|3. Jeff Duncan (R)|
|4. Trey Gowdy (R)|
|5. Mick Mulvaney (R)|
|6. James E. Clyburn (D)|
|7. Tom Rice (R)|
1221 Bowers Street #2225
Birmingham, Michigan 48012-2225