Primary Day for 5th Congressional District is May 2, 2017

Election Day for 5th Congressional District is June 20, 2017 

You can find answers to many of your questions concerning voting listed below. While thi​s may not be an exhaustive source of links and information, we will continue to add to this page as needed. Please contact us if you have suggestions.

Voting Informati​on

   Registering to Vote

   Spartanburg Voter Registration Office

​   Administration Bldg Room 1630

   ​366 North Church Street

   Spartanburg, SC 29303

​   Hours: 8:30am-5:00pm  M-F

​   Phone: 864-596-2549

​   email:

   * Click here to link to their website for more info such as where to get a photo ID

  Primary Elections in Upstate


   US 5th Congressional District

Chad Connelly

Ray Craig

Sheri Few

Tom Mullikin

Ralph Norman

Tommy Pope

Kris Wampler 


Special Info on Teens Planning to Vote
Voter Registration for Teens:
Early Registration for 2016 General Election begins Wednesday, September 23, 2015. 
This is the day that 17 year-olds (and some 16 year-olds) who will turn 18 years-old on or before the November 8, 2016, General Election may begin registering to vote in the 2016 Presidential Preference Primaries (PPP), June Primaries, and General Election.
According to SC Code of Laws section 7-5-180, those individuals who are not yet 18 years-old, but who will turn 18 before the next ensuing General Election, and who otherwise qualify to vote, have the right to register beginning 120 days prior to the closing of the books of an election or any preceding primary (if applicable).
The earliest primary associated with the 2016 General Election is the Republican PPP, scheduled for February 20, 2016.  The last day for others to register prior to the Republican PPP will be January 20, 2016.  The first date for those who are not yet 18 to begin registering is 120 days prior to that, which is 

September 23, 2015.  
Henry Laye, Director
Spartanburg County Voter Registration

  FAQ Links

​   Where do I go to cast my vote? Which precinct? Who is on my ballot?

   Information specific to the voter's precinct and ballot. This link will provide you with your specific voting information such as where to vote (your precinct) and your candidates. A sample ballot can be found here, just visit the front page of ballotepedia and enter in your zip code. All candidates in your precinct/district will be listed.

​   Where can I get information on absentee voting?

   This link will answer questions about who can vote absentee, how and when is the deadline.

   Where can I get an Absentee Ballot? 

Spartanburg County Republican Party