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2018 SC Primary runoffs: Everything you need to know before voting day

2018 SC Primary runoffs: Everything you need to know before voting day

COLUMBIA, SC (WACH) – Multiple races went to runoffs on the June 12th primary day last week, including the race for who will represent the Republican party in the race for governor.

South Carolina residents will now decide between current Governor Henry McMaster and Greenville business man John Warren on who will represent the Republican party. That man will then go head-to-head with Democratic nominee James Smith.

The race for governor isn’t the only race that went to a runoff, however. Below are the other races that will happen Tuesday, June 26:

Democratic Primary

U.S. House of Representatives District 2

Sean Carrigan

Annabelle Robertson

U.S. House of Representatives District 4

Brandon P Brown

Doris Lee Turner

U.S. House of Representatives District 7

Mal Hyman

Robert Williams

State House of Representatives District 77

Kambrell Garvin

Joe McEachern

Chester County Council District 2

Chris Melvin

Mike Vaughn

Dillon County Council District 7

Stevie Grice

Corey Jackson

Marion County Council District 3

James P Gause

Tom Shaw

Marlboro County Council District 7

Steve Blackmon

R Chris Brown

Republican Primary

Governor

Henry McMaster

John Warren

Attorney General

Todd Atwater

Alan Wilson

U.S. House of Representatives District 4

Lee Bright

William Timmons

State House of Representatives District 5

Neal Collins

Allan Quinn

State House of Representatives District 87

Paula Rawl Calhoon

Todd Carnes

State House of Representatives District 110

William S Cogswell Jr

Russell Guerard

Beaufort County Council District 9

Mark Lawson

Mike Raymond

Florence County Auditor

Debra G Dennis

Betty B Dowling

Kershaw County Sheriff

Lee Boan

Jack Rushing

Kershaw County Council District 5

David Snodgrass

Brant Tomlinson

Laurens County Council District 1

Susan K Thackston

Kemp Younts

If you have any questions about next week’s runoffs, you can click here to head to the South Carolina Election Commission website.

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