2012 General Election Candidates & Amendments

2012 General Election Candidates & Amendments

The following candidates will be on the November 6, 2012 ballot. Please be advised that you will only be eligible to vote for the individuals who are located within your voting district. All offices are one seat to fill unless otherwise noted. All offices allow write-ins except President and Vice President. CandidatePartyOffice Mitt Romney/Paul RyanRepublican PartyPresident and Vice President Gary Johnson/James P GrayLibertarian PartyPresident and Vice President Barack Obama/Joe BidenDemocratic PartyPresident and Vice President Virgil Goode/Jim ClymerConstitution PartyPresident and Vice President Jill Stein/Cheri HonkalaGreen PartyPresident and Vice President Keith BlandfordLibertarian PartyU.S. House of Representatives District 1 Bobbie G RoseDemocratic PartyU.S. House of Representatives District 1 Bobbie G RoseWorking Families PartyU.S. House of Representatives District 1 David Mack IIIWorking Families PartyState House of Representatives District 109 J Seth WhipperWorking Families PartyState House of Representatives District 113 Nammu Y MuhammadGreen PartyU.S. House of Representatives District 6 Larry Carter CenterGreen PartyState House of Representatives District 114 Tim ScottRepublican PartyU.S. House of Representatives District 1 Sean BennettRepublican PartyState Senate District 38 Paul ThurmondRepublican PartyState Senate District 41 Paul G Campbell JrRepublican PartyState Senate District 44 Jenny HorneRepublican PartyState House of Representatives District 94 Ed CarterRepublican PartyState House of Representatives District 97 Chris MurphyRepublican PartyState House of Representatives District 98 Allan WeissRepublican PartyState House of Representatives District 102 Bobby HarrellRepublican PartyState House of Representatives District 114 LC KnightRepublican PartySheriff JJ MesservyRepublican PartyAuditor Mary PearsonRepublican PartyTreasurer Margaret L BaileyRepublican PartyRegister of Deeds Mary BluntRepublican PartyProbate Judge Cheryl GrahamRepublican PartyClerk of Court Christopher D NisbetRepublican PartyCoronor Larry HargettRepublican PartyCounty Council District 4 Carroll DuncanRepublican PartyCounty Council District 5 Bill HearnRepublican PartyCounty Council District 6 James E...
List of Petition Submissions (updated August 15, 2012)

List of Petition Submissions (updated August 15, 2012)

Petitions for candidacy were submitted by the following prospective candidates: Updated July 18 to add State Senate and House petition candidates. Updated July 20 to include verification and certification status. OfficeCandidateStatus School District TwoBarbara CrosbyValidated and Certified School District TwoJustin FarnsworthValidated and Certified School District TwoSamuel ClarkValidated and Certified School District TwoHarry BlakeValidated and Certified School District TwoDavid DuboseValidated and Certified School District TwoLisa TupperValidated and Certified School District TwoLouis SmithValidated and Certified School District 4 Seat 1James HodgesValidated and Certified School District 4 Seat 2Kenneth JenkinsValidated and Certified School District 4 Seat 3Tony FolkValidated and Certified Soil and WaterRobert LongValidated and Certified County Council District 6Miriam BirdsongValidated and Certified State Senate District 41Wallace BurbagePetition Not Valid State Senate District 41Walter HundleyPetition Not Valid State House District 114John SteinbergerValidated and Certified Petitions will be validated and certified no later than August 15, 2012 at 12...
2012 Republican Primary Results (Official)

2012 Republican Primary Results (Official)

To view all 2012 Republican Primary results, choose from the following: 2012 Republican Primary Results (Official)   Election Breakdown: PrecinctRegistered VotersBallots CastVoter Turnout ROSINVILLE130318314.04 % ST. GEORGE NO.280214718.33 % ST. GEORGE NO.1116717414.91 % GROVER78012616.15 % REEVESVILLE93412913.81 % HARLEYVILLE6397812.21 % FOUR HOLE9459710.26 % ROSSES91514315.63 % RIDGEVILLE874505.72 % GIVHANS86419822.92 % DELEMARS51411221.79 % SAUL DAM3794612.14 % COASTAL1037373.57 % TROLLEY1261604.76 % TRANQUIL720659.03 % BEECH HILL99216116.23 % FLOWERTOWN152016010.53 % KNIGHTSVILLE109016615.23 % CLEMSON127526821.02 % GERMANTOWN129120015.49 % GREENWAVE12121219.98 % NEWINGTON117021518.38 % CAROLINA6088113.32 % DORCHESTER106219618.46 % ARCHDALE1234705.67 % STALLSVILLE99618018.07 % INDIAN FIELD602599.80 % SPANN127823718.54 % NORTH SUMMERVILLE145015210.48 % TUPPERWAY87612213.93 % IRONGATE73511916.19 % GREENHURST843576.76 % ASHBOROUGH EAST749526.94 % ASHBOROUGH WEST548407.30 % ASHLEY RIVER1550744.77 % WINDSOR1538704.55 % BACONS BRIDGE176119110.85 % BRANDYMILL7168111.31 % BRIARWOOD1303816.22 % BUTTERNUT166325115.09 % CENTRAL116015313.19 % COOSAW13891007.20 % CYPRESS222228412.78 % KING'S GRANT1590462.89 % LINCOLN1447594.08 % MILES/JAMISON17921277.09 % OAKBROOK24431134.63 % PATRIOT1321241.82 % SAWMILL BRANCH127424819.47 % COASTAL 213921279.12 % COASTAL 3622406.43 % ARCHDALE 21457594.05 % ASHBOROUGH EAST 282621425.91 % ASHBOROUGH WEST 2107112411.58 % BEECH HILL 2137019414.16 % BRANDYMILL 21171837.09 % BRIARWOOD 288512013.56 % BRIARWOOD 372311215.49 % CENTRAL 2119415613.07 % CLEMSON 214821369.18 % CLEMSON 314181077.55 % COOSAW 229831595.33 % DORCHESTER 298334535.10 % FLOWERTOWN 2129613110.11 % GIVHANS 27459913.29 % INDIAN FIELD 286311613.44 % IRONGATE 2454235.07 % IRONGATE 35737212.57 % KING'S GRANT 214181198.39 % NEWINGTON 266512819.25 % NORTH SUMMERVILLE 21218836.81 % RIDGEVILLE 268014521.32 % TRANQUIL 21908894.66 % TUPPERWAY 2832759.01 % Absentee08120.00 % Emergency000.00 % Failsafe0120.00 % Provisional070.00 % Failsafe Provisional000.00 % Total:840631009012.00 % State Senate District 38 - REP (Vote For 1) Sean BennettMike Rose PrecinctRegistered VotersElection DayTotal VotesElection DayTotal VotesTotal COASTAL10372323121235 TROLLEY12613939212160 TRANQUIL7204242222264 BEECH HILL9921041045757161 FLOWERTOWN152095956262157 KNIGHTSVILLE109094947070164 CLEMSON12751741749494268 GREENWAVE121273734848121 NEWINGTON11701331338181214 STALLSVILLE9961071077272179 SPANN12781581587979237 NORTH SUMMERVILLE145095955353148 TUPPERWAY87672724747119 IRONGATE73578784141119 GREENHURST8433636212157 ASHBOROUGH EAST7493636161652 WINDSOR15382828404068 BACONS...
Absentee Voting Deadlines Approach

Absentee Voting Deadlines Approach

Absentee voting is underway throughout South Carolina, and the State Election Commission wants to inform voters about associated procedures and deadlines.  Voters who meet one of the qualifying reasons listed below may cast an absentee ballot either in person or by mail. In Person – In St. George, you may vote in person at the Dorchester County Voter Registration Office, located at 201 Johnston Street, St. George. There, you will complete an application then cast your ballot.  You may vote absentee in person up until 5:00 p.m., Monday, June 11th. In Summerville, you may vote in person at the Dorchester County County Services Building, located at 500 North Main Street, Summerville. There, you will complete an application then cast your ballot.  Voting is open from Monday, June 4th until Friday, June 8th between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Persons qualified to vote by absentee ballot: Person on vacation who will be outside their county of residence on Election Day. Members of the Uniformed Services or Merchant Marine, and their spouses and dependents residing with them Persons who, for reasons of employment, will not be able to vote on election day Physically disabled persons Persons sixty-five years of age or older Persons serving as a juror in state or federal court on Election Day Persons admitted to the hospital as emergency patients on day of election or within a four-day period before the election Persons with a death or funeral in the family within three days before the election Persons confined to a jail or pre-trial facility pending disposition of arrest or trial Persons attending sick or physically disabled persons...
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