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No matter where your home is, Furman Students can vote in Greenville for the 2020 Presidential Election
If you are 18 or older; a United States citizen; not serving out a felony sentence; not declared mentally incompetant by a court of law; and live on campus, you can register to vote in Greenville. Out of state residents can only vote in the federal presidential election, not state and local elections.
With the deadline October 2nd at 5 pm, there are two weeks left to register.
What you need:
Identification such as (valid driver’s license OR social security card OR current passort) AND (Furman ID OR proof of residence at Furman)
Where to go:
Voter Registration Office in Suite 1900 of County Square which is located at 301 University Ridge (in downtown behind Falls Park and the Governor’s School.)
How to vote:
October 5th – Novemer 2nd “In-person” absentee voting at County Square M-F, 8:30-5
November 3rd – GENERAL ELECTION DAY – Polling places open from 7 AM to 7 PM on Election Days.
Bring a valid photo ID (license, passport, DMV ID or SC Voter Photo ID) You may not use your student ID!