Municipal Elections 2021
The City of Isle of Palms will hold nonpartisan elections for the office of Mayor (1) and Councilmember (4) on Tuesday, November 2, 2021.
Candidates must file a Statement of Intention of Candidacy - Nonpartisan and include a $300 filing fee for the office of Mayor or $100 filing fee for the office of Councilmember.
The Statement of Intention of Candidacy and the filing fee must be submitted to the Charleston County Board of Elections & Voter Registration, located at 4367 Headquarters Road, North Charleston, SC 29405, prior to the deadline.
Filing period: August 2, 2021 - September 3, 2021.
Candidates for municipal and nonpartisan offices must electronically file a Statement of Economic Interest (SEI) through the State Ethics Commission website.
How to Register to Vote
- In-person at the Charleston County Voter Registration Office, 4367 Headquarters Rd., North Charleston
- Online at SCvotes.org
- By email attachment to email@example.com
- By mail at P.O. Box 71419, North Charleston, SC 29415
- By phone (843) 744-8683
How to Request an Absentee Application
- By mailing a request to the Voter Registration Office, P.O. Box 71419, North Charleston, SC 29415
- In-person at the Voter Registration Office, 4367 Headquarters Rd., North Charleston
- By phone at (843) 744-8683
- By email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Online at https://vote.charlestoncounty.org (Live Chat feature)
In-Person Absentee Voting at IOP
On Friday, October 29, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Isle of Palms voters will be able to cast their ballot in person at Isle of Palms. The Charleston County Board of Elections will bring a Satellite Voting Unit to City Hall at 1207 Palm Boulevard for voters to cast their ballot on a machine like they would on Election Day.
Any qualified voter will be able to cast their ballot if they meet the absentee criteria.
Voting in Person at City Hall & Recreation Center
The City Hall Precinct workers will have masks, gloves, sneeze guards, face shields, wipes, and hand sanitizer. The floor in the voting area will be marked with blue painters tape to show appropriate social distancing space. Additionally Q-Tips will be provided for voters to use when interacting with the voting machine.