Full list of all South Carolina state agencies and descriptions.
The South Carolina Code of Laws, listed by the title number.
Search the Full Text of the South Carolina Constitution.
The goal of the Office of the Ombudsman is to satisfactorily resolve or appropriately refer virtually any question, concern, or request a citizen might have.
Provides access to publications produced by state agencies and state-supported academic institutions.
List of the SC state holidays for the current year.
File a complaint involving state government agencies in the state executive branch only.
Official Website of the Governor of South Carolina.
Contact information for Gubernatorial appointees.
An elected official who presides over the state Senate.
Trial courts, appeal courts, and the SC Supreme Court.
Online payments for tickets and fines are available for all 46 counties and designated municipalities.
The upper and lower bodies of the state's law-making authorities.
The South Carolina House of Representatives consists of 124 part-time citizen legislators elected every two years to represent our state's 124 separate single-member districts.
The South Carolina Senate consists of 46 members who are elected from single-member districts of approximately 87,200 citizens. Senators must be residents of the district in which they are elected, and they serve four-year terms.
Locate a South Carolina legislator by zip code.
Information about visiting or taking a field trip to the SC Statehouse.
Find bills, acts, and amendments for the current session.
Watch the SC General Assembly online when in session.
Watch the South Carolina Senate online when in session.
List of statewide elected officials who preside over state agencies, including their contact information.
List of U.S. Senators and U.S. Representatives for the state, including a description of the districts they serve.
Get details on the process to obtain your new Real ID before the deadline.
Find out more about the Executive Branch.
Update voter registration and more.