SEC Certifies Results of Primaries; Calls for Recounts, Runoffs

Posted on: Fri, 06/13/2008 - 16:18 By: cwhitmire

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - June 13, 2008

COLUMBIA, SC-The State Election Commission met at 3:00 p.m. on Friday, June 13, 2008, as the State Board of Canvassers to certify the results of the June 10, 2008 Republican and Democratic Primaries. Official primary results can be found at www.SCVotes.org. The Board ordered recounts and runoffs in contests listed below. Recounts will be conducted at 9:00 a.m. on Monday, June 16, 2008. Runoffs will be conducted on Tuesday, June 24, 2008.

 

REPUBLICAN PRIMARY:

 

RECOUNT:

Office

County

Candidate

State House of Representatives District 38

Spartanburg

Joey Millwood

Bob Walker

 

RUNOFFS:

Office

County(s)

Candidates

State Senate District 10

Abbeville, Greenwood, Laurens

Dee Compton

Chip Stockman

State Senate District 12

Spartanburg

Lee Bright

Scott Talley

State Senate District 13

Greenville, Spartanburg, Union

Shane Martin

Jim Ritchie

State Senate District 23

Lexington

Jake Knotts

Katrina Shealy

State House of Representatives District 79

Kershaw, Richland

Sheri Few

David Herndon

State House of Representatives District 81

Aiken

Scott F Singer

Tom Young

 

DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY:

 

RECOUNTS:

Office

County(s)

Candidates

U.S. Senate

Statewide

Michael Cone

Bob Conley

State Senate District 19

Richland

Vince Ford

John L Scott Jr

 

RUNOFFS:

Office

County(s)

Candidates

U.S. House of Representatives District 4

Greenville, Laurens, Spartanburg, Union

Ted Christian

Paul Corden

State Senate District 17

Chester, Fairfield, Union, York

Creighton B Coleman

Leah Bess Moody

State House of Representatives District 101

Williamsburg

Pearl R Brown

Kenneth Ken Kennedy

State House of Representatives District 111

Charleston

Wendell G Gilliard

Clay N Middleton

State House of Representatives District 122

Beaufort, Hampton, Jasper

Curtis Brantley

R Thayer Rivers Jr

 

Please note voters may not vote in one political party's runoff if they voted in another political party's primary. However, voters who did not vote in either political party's primary may vote in either political party's runoff.