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SC Primary Elections 2018 Results

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The South Carolina Primary Election begins June 12th

Below is a list of the races that will have a local impact during the South Carolina Primary Election. 

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GOVERNOR (DEMOCRATIC)
Phil Noble
James Smith
Marguerite Willis
 
GOVERNOR (REPUBLICAN)
Kevin Bryant
John Yancey McGill
Henry McMaster*
Catherine Templeton
John Warren
 
SECRETARY OF STATE (REPUBLICAN)
Nelson Faerber
Mark Hammond
Joshua Putnam
Kerry Wood
 
ATTORNEY GENERAL (REPUBLICAN)
Todd Atwater
William D. Herlong
Alan Wilson
 
US HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES DISTRICT 2 (DEMOCRATIC)
Phil Black
Sean Carrigan
Annabelle Robertson
 
US HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES DISTRICT 3 (DEMOCRATIC)
Hosea Cleveland
Mary Geren
 
AIKEN COUNTY COUNCIL DISTRICT 1 (REPUBLICAN)
Ron Felder
Kathy Rawls
 
ALLENDALE COUNTY CORONER (DEMOCRATIC)
Marion F. “Sonny” Riley, Jr.
Travis J. Youmans
 
ALLENDALE COUNTY COUNCIL DISTRICT 3 (DEMOCRATIC)
Rick Gooding
Chastity Robinson Meyer
 
BAMBERG COUNTY AUDITOR (DEMOCRATIC)
Brandi J. Napier
Rosa Robinson Verner
 
BAMBERG COUNTY TREASURER (DEMOCRATIC)
Alice P. Johnson
Cynthia Summers McMillan
 
BARNWELL COUNTY COUNCIL DISTRICT 4 (REPUBLICAN)
Daniel Alexander
Barry Allen Creech
Lowell Jowers
 
EDGEFIELD COUNTY COUNCIL DISTRICT 2 (REPUBLICAN)
Arthur Biggs
Keith P. Muehlfeld
 
EDGEFIELD COUNTY COUNCIL DISTRICT 4 (DEMOCRATIC)
James Bibbs, Sr.
Jacqueline Glover Kennion
 
EDGEFIELD COUNTY PROBATE JUDGE (REPUBLICAN)
Greg W. Anderson
Paul L. Taylor, Jr.
 
SALUDA COUNTY TREASURER (REPUBLICAN)
Melinda Long Kneece
Tiffany R. Shaw


 


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