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Gov. McMaster Wins Nomination, 2018 Primary Runoff Results

June 26, 2018 - Posted in This Week in South Carolina by Gavin Jackson
Gov. Henry McMaster

Unofficial primary runoff results from the South Carolina Election Commission as of 9 a.m., June 27.

Candidates' names in bold have won either based on votes or have been declared winners by the Associated Press.

 

Governor – Republican

Henry McMaster 54% 

John Warren 46%

100% of counties reporting

 

Attorney General – Republican

Todd Atwater 35%

Alan Wilson 65%

100% of counties reporting

 

U.S.  House of Representatives, District  2 - Democratic

Sean Carrigan 53%

Annabelle Robertson 47%

100% of counties reporting

 

U.S.  House of Representatives, District  4 – Democratic

Brandon P. Brown 62%

Doris Lee Turner 38%

100% of counties reporting

 

U.S.  House of Representatives, District  4 – Republican

Lee Bright 46%

William Timmons 54%

100% of counties reporting 

 

U.S.  House of Representatives, District  7 - Democratic

Mal Hyman 49%

Robert Williams 51%

100% of counties reporting

 

State  House of Representatives, District  5 – Republican

Neal Collins 58%

Allan Quinn 42%

100% of counties reporting 

 

State  House of Representatives, District  77 – Democratic  

Kambrell Garvin 69%

Joe McEachern 31%

100% of counties reporting

 

State  House of Representatives, District  87 – Republican

Paula Rawl Calhoon 54%

Todd Carnes 46%

100% of counties reporting

 

State  House of Representatives, District  110 – Republican

William S. Cogswell, Jr. 59%

Russell Guerard 41%

100% of counties reporting

 

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