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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS CONCERNING ABSENTEE VOTING.
Q. Do you automatically get an Absentee Ballot?A. No, you have to request one if you want it. You request them from the Richland County Election Commission if you live in Richland County.Don’t wait until the last minute to do this, because that Ballot must be received by Election Day, November 3, 2020 or it will not be counted.Q. What do I do if my ballot has not arrived?A. You can vote In-person or check the status of your Absentee Ballot at SCvotes.govQ. How long should I wait for it to arrive?A. As of Monday, October 12, 2020, all ballots have been mailed. If yours has not arrived, you haveseveral options.a. You can wait for the ballot, and either fill it out and mail it, or take it to one of the Satellite locations and turn it inb. If you feel that it is too late to mail it, you can vote in-person at one of the Satellite Locations and return your unused ballot at that location, at that time
Q. Can I vote at ANY Satellite Location in Richland County?A. Yes, it does not have to be close to your regular voting location.Q. Will the Satellite locations be open on Saturday?A. 2020 Hampton Street and the Masonic Temple at 2324 Gervais will be open on Saturday, October 24th and Saturday, October 31st. The hours will be from 9AM to 1PM. No other Satellite Locations will be open on Saturday.Q. Will the Satellite Locations be open on Election Day?A. No, they are for Early Voting only. Plan to go to your regular polling place if you want to vote on Election DayQ. What do I do if I have not Early Voted or voted by Absentee Ballot?A. You should go to your Regular Voting Precinct and vote by machine as usual.Q. What do I do if I’ve already filled out my Absentee Ballot but now I want to vote in person?A. Take your Absentee Ballot to one of the Satellite Locations, turn it in and tell the Poll Worker that you want to vote In-Person instead.
Ms. Lydia Oveta V. Glover
The second daughter of six children of the late Rev. Dr. Benjamin J. and Mrs. Lydia W. Glover, born February 6 in Charleston, S.C., and presently resides in Columbia S.C. Ms. Glover is one of the eleven youth to integrate the public schools of Charleston, S.C. in 1963, which was the catalyst for the state of S.C. Her family moved to Columbia, S.C. where she graduated from
C. A. Johnson High School. She continued her education at Wilberforce University, Xenia Ohio and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Early Childhood Education from Benedict College, Columbia, S.C.
Ms. Glover has been honored on several occasions; receiving the Charleston, S.C. “Key to the City” for being one of the eleven first students to integrate the public-school system of Charleston, SC and they are the first in the state of SC. She has received a “Proclamation” from the City of Charleston, S.C. proclaiming Feb. 21st as the “School Access Toward Equity Day”. Ms. Glover also has been recognized and honored as one of the “Midland’s Women on the Move 2015” by BlindSpot Art Foundation the U.S. Congressional “SC Civil Rights Luminaire 2016” ; 2017 Church Women of United Columbia- Human Rights Distinguished Leadership Award, 2018 PALSS Community Partner Award, 2019 she received the “Key to the City” , a “Proclamation”
from the city of Columbia, S.C. proclaiming February 6 , as “L. Oveta Glover’s Day”. Must
recent 2020 she was awarded the NCNW “Legacy Award”.
Ms. Glover is presently the founder and president of F.U.N.D.S., Inc. (Friends United as a Neighborhood Developmental Society, Inc.) a 501 c (3) non-profit organization that she founded in 1997. The organization is an advocate for the awareness of the devastating deceases Diabetes and Hepatitis C. The organization is the first to implement the Annual Statewide Black History Parade and Festival which is an educational event in its sixteenth year. She is a life member of the National Council of Negro Women, a subscribing life member of the NAACP and the 2019- 2020 NAACP Columbia Branch President, a member of the SC Federation of Colored Woman, and a member of several other organizations and holds a list of volunteerisms.
Previously employed at our state’s HBCUs; Voorhees College, Benedict College and presently employed at Allen University. She has taught in the public-school systems of Columbia and Charleston, S.C. As she resided in Charleston 1982 and began an organization called, “Lady Teens, Inc.”, that encouraged young ladies “to listen, learn, teach and love” giving them hope to learn how they fit into the society around them. After returning to Columbia, S.C., Ms. Glover became an entrepreneur 1982-1986, owning a restaurant and lounge business. She adores entertaining and believes that “a smile will always make another person smile”.
One of Ms. Glover’s mottos: “You listen, You learn, You teach, You love”
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