Cynthia M. Bensch has been appointed to the State Election Commission.
Current members are:
John H. Hudgens, III, Chairman
Cynthia M. Bensch
Tracey C. Green
Pamella B. Pinson
Edward K. Pritchard, Jr.
July 3, 2007 - Berkeley County
|Paul G. Campbell, Jr. WINNER||2,927||65.3%|
June 19, 2007 - Berkeley County
|Paul G. Campbell, Jr. RUNOFF*||1,844||49.6|
|Shirley Hinson RUNOFF*||1,307||35.2|
*Runoff on July 3, 2007
May 15, 2007 - Beaufort County
|Catherine Ceips WINNER||6,562||53%|
May 1, 2007 - Beaufort County
|Catherine Ceips RUNOFF||3,479||31.5%|
|Weston Newton RUNOFF||3,696||33.5%|
Click below to download a copy of the 2008 Primary & General Election Calendar in .pdf file format. This calendar includes all key dates and deadlines for the 2008 Primary and General Elections.
|2008 GE Calendar.pdf||56.37 KB|
The State Election Commission has received two appeals and one protest following the statewide General Election. Please click on the title of this story to view the protest and appeals schedule.
Tuesday, December 5
9:30 a.m. - Lugoff Fire District (Kershaw County)
11:00 a.m. - Kershaw County Council, District 6
Monday, December 11
2:00 p.m. - Horry County Local Questions #1 and #2
Thursday, December 14
10:00 a.m. - S.C. House of Representatives, District 29 (Cherokee, Chester, York Counties)
The location for the protest and appeals will be in Columbia at 2221 Devine Street in Room 101.
The Noon, November 22, 2006, protest deadline has passed with only one protest being filed with the SEC. Candidate Danny Stacy filed a protest of the State House District 29 election. House District 29 covers parts of Cherokee, Chester, and York counties. The SEC will meet on November 28th to set a date to hear this protest.