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  1. Where is Voter Registration office?
  2. Do you have a phone # for Voter Registration?
  3. How can I contribute to the Georgetown GOP?
  4. How often does the Georgetown GOP meet?
  5. How do I contact my US Senator and/or US House of Representative?
  6. Do you have the phone # for the SCGOP or their email address?
  7. How do I volunteer?
  8. How do I contact my SC Senator and/or SC House Representative?
  9. How is County Government made up?
  10. How are School Board members elected?
  11. How do I vote absentee?


Do you have a phone # for Voter Registration?

Phone: 843-545-3339

Fax: 843-545-3342

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How can I contribute to the Georgetown GOP?

You can contribute to the Party by becoming a Member (print out membership form and join.)

You can contribute directly to the Party at any time:

Georgetown GOP, PO Box 1887, Pawleys Island, SC 29585

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How often does the Georgetown GOP meet?

All GOP meetings are on our calendar.  Calendar

The Clubs meet usually once a month.

The County Executive Committee meets at least four times a year.

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Do you have the phone # for the SCGOP or their email address?

  

HEAD QUARTERS MAIL
1913 Marion Street P.O. Box 12373
Columbia, SC 29201 Columbia, SC 29211
PHONE EMAIL
Phone: (803) 988-8440 chairman@scgop.com
Fax: (803) 988-8444
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How do I volunteer?

To Volunteer you can contact one of the following direct

 

Name Email Phone No.
Georgetown County Republican Club Karol Anderson Chairman's Email 843-527-3209
7th Congressional District President Jerry Rovner Jerry's Email 609-271-7796 (C)
GOP Officers Robin Holley Robin's Email 843-455-9645
Judy Clarke Judy' Email 843-299-0064
Arthur Caswell Arthur's Email 201-284-2429
David Ellison 843-543-2872
Sherry Marnell
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How do I contact my SC Senator and/or SC House Representative?

Senator Stephen Goldfinch

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Senator Ronnie Saab

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Email

Representative Lee Hewitt

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Email

Representative Carl Anderson

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How is County Government made up?

Georgetown County operates under the Council-Administrator form of government. In this form of government, the administrative responsibility rests with a professional administrator, who reports to County Council. County council members are elected to four-year terms by single member districts. Georgetown County has seven (7) districts. All county elections are partisan. Constitutional officers elected to four-year terms are the Clerk of Court, Coroner and Sheriff. Statutory officers elected countywide to four-year terms are the Auditor, Treasurer and Probate Judge. The fiscal year is July 1 thru June 30.

  

County Administrator - Sel Hemingway

District 1 - John Thomas

District 2 - Ron Charlton

District 3 - Everett Carolina

District 4 - Lillie Johnson

District 5 - Austin Beard

District 6 - Steve Goggans

District 7 - Johnnie Morant

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How are School Board members elected?

Trustees of the Georgetown County Board of Education are elected in an election conducted by the County Election Commission at the same time as the November general election. The office of chairman shall be a separate office and any person desiring to become chairman shall specifically file and run for such office. Board members will serve staggered, four-year terms. The County Commissioners of Election for Georgetown County shall conduct and supervise all elections for the School Board. The commissioners shall prepare the necessary ballots, appoint managers for the voting precincts and do all things necessary to carry out such elections, including the counting of ballots and declaring the results thereof. The commissioners shall advertise the date of any such election at least once each week for four successive weeks preceding the election in all weekly newspapers of general circulation published in Georgetown County. Expenses for the election of the County Board of Education shall be borne by the County. Candidates for the Board of Education shall file as candidates with the County Commissioners of Election.

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How do I vote absentee?

Call 843-545-3339 (Georgetown County Voter Registration and Elections Department) to request an absentee ballot, if you can’t go to the polls on Election Day, or use the new "button" request on the left of

Voter Registration

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