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Runoff elections set for Tuesday for several Midlands' races

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COLUMBIA, SC (WACH) - Voters will have the opportunity to go back to the polls Tuesday to settle races that went to a run-off election.

Two weeks ago the statewide primaries took place, with numerous elections in the Midlands being sent to a runoff.

Two of the most notable races that will take place Tuesday is for the 11th Circuit Solicitor's Office and District 10 Richland County Council seat.

The 11th Circuit Solicitor's Office seat will be between Republicans Candice Lively and Rick Hubbard. The winner will take over for Donnie Myers, who has been in that position for the past 40 years.

The Richland County seat is between Democrats Dhali Myers and Bernice Scott, with the winner of that election will take over for Kelvin Washington who was removed from office by Governor Nikki Haley earlier this year.

Here's a look at some races that will be seen at the polls, Tuesday:

Lexington County Council District 3

Darrell Hudson (Republican)

Brad Matthews (Republican)

Lexington County Council District 6

Erin Bergeson (Republican)

Dino Teppara (Republican)

Richland County Council District 10

Dalhi Myers (Democrat)

Bernice Scott (Democrat)

Sumter County Coroner

Harvin Bullock (Democrat)

Robbie Baker (Democrat)

Sumter County Council District 1

Caleb Kershaw (Democrat)

Chris Sumpter (Democrat)

11th Circuit Solicitor

Rick Hubbard (Republican)

Candice Lively (Republican)

SC Senate District 17 (Chesterfield, Fairfield and York Counties)

Creighton Coleman (Democrat)

Mike Fanning (Democrat)

SC House District 50 (Kershaw, Lee and Sumter Counties)

Tom Drayton (Democrat)

Will Wheeler (Democrat)

SC House District 79 (Richland County)

Ivory Thigpen (Democrat)

Monica Elkins (Democrat)

SC House District 89 (Lexington County)

Micah Caskey (Democrat)

Tem Miles (Democrat)

For more information on polling locations and voter registration, visit the SC Election Commission's website.

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