South Carolina SC Government SC Elections Marion Elections
SCIWAY will provide complete coverage of South Carolina's November 3, 2020 general elections. Candidates may file for South Carolina elected offices from March 16 through March 30, 2020. Primaries will be held June 9, 2020, with run-offs scheduled for June 23, 2020. We are unable to list primary candidates at this time.
Our guide provides links for Marion'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 Marion.
Marion Candidates for US Senate
The seat currently held by Lindsey Graham will be up for election.
Marion Candidates for US Congress
US House District 7 includes all of Chesterfield, Darlington, Dillon, Georgetown, Horry (Myrtle Beach), Marlboro and Marion counties plus most of Florence County.
District 7 Map
- Interactive map - use the search box or zoom tool to pinpoint your district
Marion Candidates for SC Senate
SC Senate District 30 includes portions of Dillon County, Florence County, Horry County, Marion County and Marlboro County.
District 30 Map
Marion Candidates for SC State House
SC House District 57 includes portions of Dillon County, Horry County, and Marion County.
District 57 Map
SC House District 61 includes portions of Florence County and Marion County.
District 61 Map
2020 – Marion County Candidates
Elections for Marion County will be held November 3, 2020.
Find Your SC Precinct and Polling Place
Use this quick 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.
- Voter Registration - includes info on registering to vote, polling places, and absentee voting