South Carolina SC Government SC Elections Columbia Elections
SCIWAY will provide complete coverage of South Carolina's November 5, 2024 general elections.
Our guide provides links for Columbia and Richland County's local county, school board, and special district races. It also includes a directory of the candidates vying for federal and state-level
elected offices in Richland County.
FEATURED Columbia Election Information
Feature Your Columbia Election Resource Here
Columbia Candidates for US Senate
The next election for the US Senate will be held in 2026.
Columbia Candidates for US Congress
Columbia Candidates for SC Senate
Columbia Candidates for SC State House
Richland County Candidates for SC Solicitor
5th Circuit Solicitor - Richland, Kershaw
- The next election for this office will be in 2026.
2024 – Richland County Candidates
Elections for Richland County
will be held November 5, 2024.
SC Statewide Elections and Candidates
- All SC Statewide Elections - Governor, Lt Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General, Superintendent of Education, Treasurer, and Comptroller - plus Constitutional Amendment Questions
Find Your SC Precinct and Polling Place
Use this form to find your precinct number, your polling place, your districts, and a sample ballot – for US Congress, SC Statehouse, SC Senate, School Board, County Council, and City Council district (if applicable).
- Find your precinct, polling place, voting districts - for registered voters only
1. Use 4-character year for birth date.
2. Click Submit after completing all boxes.
3. After results appear, click Get driving directions to the Precinct in upper right corner for directions, map.
Richland County District Maps
- Interactive Map - enter address and info on all applicable districts will be generated
More Columbia Election Resources
Richland County Political Parties
Columbia & Richland County Political Organizations
- Citizens Climate Lobby - Columbia Chapter
Citizens Climate Lobby is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, grassroots advocacy organization empowering people to experience breakthroughs in climate change through exercising their personal and political power.
- Columbia NOW
Columbia chapter of the National Organization for Women, which is the largest organization of feminist grassroots activists in the United States fighting for womens rights on the local and national level.