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Locate your public officials and learn about current governmental initiatives.

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy. We never support or oppose any political party or candidate.

November 5, 2019: Election Day in your Town?

Residents of Aynor, Atlantic Beach, Briarcliff Acres, Conway, Loris, Myrtle Beach, North Myrtle Beach, and Surfside Beach:

1. Time to study the issues and candidates in your neighborhood. Make sure your representatives know what's important to you.

Check directly with your City or Town Clerk to learn who the filed candidates are in your area.

2. Are you registered to vote? Last day to register to vote in this election is Friday, Oct 4.

3. Is your address up-to-date with the Voter Registration Office in Conway? Check your voting precinct at you go to the polls.

4. also has information on applying for ABSENTEE BALLOTS.

Public Officials representing Horry County residents

"SC Elected Officials Guide for Horry County and South Strand Residents"

Federal/State Reps as of Mar 2019

County/City Reps as of Mar 2019

A NEW Guide with photos, contact info, committee assignments, and local Boards & Commissions!

Current public officials at Federal, state, county and other local jurisdictions

NEW League Studies -- Completed!

Horry County Council Website

Horry County Council: Council location, contact number, meeting dates/times and much more

Members speak on importance of National Voter Registration Day, Sep 15, 2015

South Carolina State Government Website

Information you need SC State Government
Bill Number, Legislation, Budget, Code of Laws, Code of Regulations, Constitution, House Journals, Senate Journals, Legislative Resources, Purchase Legislative Manuals Online, Find Your Legislator, Bill Tracking & Reports, Multi-Criteria Search, View Legislative Manual, Smartphones, SC Code of Laws, SC Code of Regulations, SC Constitution