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South Carolina Election Alert

June 27, 2012

Runoff Results

Below are the results of Tuesday’s runoffs in the 7th Congressional District and a few General Assembly races determining the nominees for the Republican and Democratic parties for the general election in November.

7th Congressional District

In the newly created 7th Congressional District, both Republicans and Democrats held a runoff today to see who would represent their respective parties in the general election in November – the new district encompasses Myrtle Beach and the Pee Dee.

Republicans

Andrea Bauer

13, 148

44%

Tom Rice

16,797

56% (winner)

Democrats

Preston Brittian

6,718

27%

Gloria Tinubu

17,876

73% (winner)


Senate District 8

The Senate seat currently held by Senator David Thomas (R - Greenville) will go to a recount to determine who will get the GOP nomination.  Senator Thomas placed third in the primary and did not make the runoff.

Republicans

Ross Turner

2,784

50%

Joe Swann

2,748

50%


State Senate District 35

The runoff to receive the GOP nomination for retiring Senator Phil Leventis (D-Sumter) was an overwhelming victory for Tony Barwick, CEO for Palmetto Pigeon Plant

Republicans

Tony Barwick

1,909

57% (winner)

Wade Kolb

1,453

43%


State House District 41

District 41 is currently held by retiring Representative Boyd Brown (D-Fairfield) – Representative Brown declined to seek reelection to continue to pursue his law degree.

Democrats

Annie McDaniel

2,198

44%

Mary Gail Douglas

2,784

56% (winner)

 
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