In South Carolina maps are drawn by state legislatures and approved by the governor. Maps drawn in the 2021 redistricting process will be in place for the next ten years, so it is crucial that South Carolinians share their communities' needs with map drawers. Together we can ensure that all communities, no matter race, background, zip code, or income, are fairly represented in our map-drawing process and have equitable resources. Let your voice be heard by speaking out for your neighbors.
Your voice deserves to be heard! Here are ways you can elevate your voice and share about your community's needs with map drawers:
- Tuesday, September 14, 6 pm ET: Greenville Senior High School Auditorium, 1 Vardry Street, Greenville, SC 29601
- Wednesday, September 15, 6 pm ET: North Charleston City Hall - Council Chambers, 2500 City Hall Lane, North Charleston, SC 29406
- Thursday, September 16, 6 pm ET: Bluffton High School Auditorium, 12 H. E. McCracken Cir, Bluffton, SC 29910
- Monday, September 20, 6 pm ET: Aiken Tech Amphitheater, 2276 Jefferson Davis Highway, Graniteville, SC 29829
- Tuesday, September 21, 6 pm ET: Piedmont Tech - Medford Center, 620 N. Emerald Rd, Greenwood, SC 29646
- Wednesday, September 22, 6 pm ET: Orangeburg Tech- Roquemore Auditorium, Building R, 3250 St. Matthews Rd, Orangeburg, SC 29118
- Monday, October 4, 4:30 pm ET: Blatt Building, Room 110 1105 Pendleton Street, Columbia, SC 29201
Connect With Your State League
The League is working to ensure that maps are not gerrymandered, but instead, drawn fairly and transparently, through our redistricting reform program People Powered Fair MapsTM. Connect with the LWV of South Carolina to learn more about how you can be a voice for your community.