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LWVHC moderating MB City Council Candidate Forum, Oct 2019

Moderating Candidate Forums

Prompting community dialogue with local goverment (Myrtle Beach city council candidates, Oct 2019)

LWVHC at CCU Earth Day Fair, Apr 2019

Protecting the Environment

Engaging students to contact elected officials (CCU's Annual Earth Day Fair)

LWVHC hosts a public Plastic Bag Forum-Sep 2016

Educating Voters

Collaborating with community partners (Plastic Bag Forum, Sep 2016)

Registering Students at St James High School, May 2018

Mobilizing Young Voters

Helping High School students register and vote (prior to Statewide Primary, May 2018)

LWV Horry County Voter Registration Outreach at Loris Bog-Off, Oct 2015

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Horry County

NEW! 2020 Election UpdateAbsentee voters can vote in-person at the Elections Office in Conway beginning Monday, Oct 5, weekdays 8am - 5pm (This was previously advertised as beginning Sep 28...overturned by SC Assembly).   Or at 3 Satellite Offices beginning Oct 5, weekdays 8:30am - 4:00pm.  Bring your mask, pen and photo ID. 

  • North Strand Recreation Center, 120 State Hwy 57, Little River 29566
  • South Strand Recreation Center, 9650 Scipio Lane, Myrtle Beach 29588
  • Carolina Forest Public Library, 2250 Carolina Forest Blvd, Myrtle Beach 29579

Caution: There may be lines. Follow social distancing and CDC guidelines. 

Democracy Works

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. We influence public policy through education and advocacy.

Safe Voting Precautions


Please make your plan to vote now - whether you choose voting absentee by mail (apply now), or absentee in-person before Election Day, or in-person at your precinct on Election Day. Be sure to follow all measures provided for a safe, secure, and accessible process for our November elections. Learn more here


2020 Census - US mapS.C. 40th in U.S. Census Completion - Do it NOW

More than half of U.S. households have responded to the 2020 census, and 48.1% have filled it out in South Carolina. As of April 25, 53.2%, or a total of 78.7 million households, have completed the census online, by phone or by mail. The largest share of respondents — 45.3% — have responded online. S.C.’s response rate, which represents 1.2 million households, sits at 40th in the country, tied with Louisiana.


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League of Women Voters of US

League of Women Voters of SC

Horry County Government