Q. If I voted in one party's primary on June 10, can I vote in the other party's runoff on June 24?
A. No. If you voted in one party's primary, you can vote only in the runoff of the same party. In other words, if you voted in the Democratic Primary, you are limited to the Democratic Runoff; if you voted in the Republican Primary, you are limited to the Republican Runoff.
Q. I didn't vote on June 10. Can I vote in the runoff?
A. Yes. If you were eligible but did not vote on June 10, you can vote in either party's runoff.
Q. What candidates and/or offices are in the Primary Runoffs?
A. The candidates and offices on a particular ballot will differ depending on the primary in which you're voting (Republican or Democratic), and the county and districts in which you reside. To find out what candidates will appear on your ballot, visit scVOTES.org, and click "Get My Sample Ballot" in the mySCVOTES section of the homepage.