2012 Republican Primary Sample Ballots

2012 Republican Primary Sample Ballots

Sample ballots for the June 12, 2012 Republican Primary (there is no Democratic Primary): Precinct CodePrecinct NameBallot Style 25RosinvilleBallot Style #1 or Ballot Style #2 26St George 2Ballot Style #2 27St George 1Ballot Style #2 28GroverBallot Style #2 29ReevesvilleBallot Style #2 30HarleyvilleBallot Style #1 31Four HoleBallot Style #1 33RossesBallot Style #2 34RidgevilleBallot Style #1 or Ballot Style #2 35GivhansBallot Style #2 36DelemarsBallot Style #1 or Ballot Style #2 37Saul DamBallot Style #3 38CoastalBallot Style #4 39TrolleyBallot Style #4 40TranquilBallot Style #4 41Beech HillBallot Style #4 42FlowertownBallot Style #5 43KnightsvilleBallot Style #6 44ClemsonBallot Style #6 45GermantownBallot Style #1 46GreenwaveBallot Style #4 47NewingtonBallot Style #4 48CarolinaBallot Style #1 or Ballot Style #7 49DorchesterBallot Style #1 or Ballot Style #7 50ArchdaleBallot Style #3 52StallsvilleBallot Style #4 54Indian FieldBallot Style #2 55SpannBallot Style #4 or Ballot Style #8 56North SummervilleBallot Style #8 57TupperwayBallot Style #4 58IrongateBallot Style #4 60GreenhurstBallot Style #4 61Ashborough EastBallot Style #4 62Ashborough WestBallot Style #3 63Ashley RiverBallot Style #3 64WindsorBallot Style #4 or Ballot Style #9 66Bacons BridgeBallot Style #4 67BrandymillBallot Style #4 68BriarwoodBallot Style #4 69ButternutBallot Style #5 or Ballot Style #6 70CentralBallot Style #4 or Ballot Style #8 71CoosawBallot Style #9 72CypressBallot Style #5 or Ballot Style #6 73Kings GrantBallot Style #3 or Ballot Style #10 74LincolnBallot Style #9 75Miles JamisonBallot Style #4 76OakbrookBallot Style #9 77PatriotBallot Style #1 or Ballot Style #11 78Sawmill BranchBallot Style #4 79Coastal 2Ballot Style #4 80Coastal 3Ballot Style #4 81Archdale 2Ballot Style #3 82Ashborough East 2Ballot Style #4 83Ashborough West 2Ballot Style #3 84Beech Hill 2Ballot Style #4 85Brandymill 2Ballot Style #4 86Briarwood 2Ballot Style #4 87Briarwood 3Ballot Style #4 88Central...
June 12, 2012 Primary Candidates

June 12, 2012 Primary Candidates

Under order of the S.C. Supreme Court, political parties were required to provide the state and county election commissions with an updated list of candidates who properly filed for office by noon, May 4th.  The following candidates will appear on the June 12, 2012 ballot: NameOfficeContact InfoEmail Address Mike RoseSenate 38409 Central Avenue Summerville, SC 29483 843.871.1821mrose5@sc.rr.com Sean BennettSenate 381422 Peninsula Pointe Summerville, SC 29485 843.821.3352sbennett@assetintegration.com Sean PikeSenate 41938 Hunt Club Run 843.817.6177Sean.pike@comcast.net Paul ThurmondSenate 41601 White Chapel Circle 843.425.4040pthurmond@tktylawfirm.com Wally BurbageSenate 4134 Still Shadow Drive 843.224.3932wallyburbage@allstate.com Ed CarterHouse 97229 Limestone Road Dorchester, SC 29437 843.709.2555ecarter@asosc.com Jordan BryngelsonHouse 97371 Tuggle Lane Ridgeville, SC 29472 843.873.7437jdbryngelson@gmail.com LC KnightSheriff105 Spring House Road Summerville, SC 29483 843.873.0840lcknight@knightlawfirm.com Mike TurnerSheriff302 Brick Kiln Summerville, SC 29483 843.609.8165elcidtango86@aol.com Larry HargettCounty Council 4615 Fairington Summerville, SC 29485 843.875.8348lshargett@aol.com John HullCounty Council 49697 Pebble Creek Blvd Summerville, SC 29485 843.991.8281jhull5@sc.rr.com Roger W GoodmanCounty Council 62215 Hummingbird Lane Summerville, SC 29483 843.875.5779rgoodman5@sc.rr.com Bill HearnCounty Council 61712 Congressional Blvd Summerville, SC 29483 843.871.8646bill.wrhearn@gmail.com   FULL CANDIDATE LISTS: Republican Updated Candidate List Democratic Updated Candidate...
Supreme Court Orders Candidates Removed from Ballots

Supreme Court Orders Candidates Removed from Ballots

Candidates who did not properly file Statements of Economic Interests (SEIs) during the March filing period may not have their names placed on Primary or General Election ballots, according to a ruling by the S.C. Supreme Court issued on May 2, 2012. Under order of the Court, the political parties must provide a list of candidates who properly filed SEIs to the state and county election commissions by noon, Friday, May 4th. An updated list of Dorchester County candidates will be posted on DorchesterVotes.org after noon on Friday as soon as we receive it from the parties. While there is no deadline established by law, our office normally has absentee ballots available for voters around 30 days prior to the date of an election. We will be working diligently over the next two weeks to ensure absentee ballots are available to voters as soon as possible. In the meantime, voters who plan to vote absentee by mail are encouraged to request an absentee application and return the application. Voters can request and download an application for an absentee ballot online HERE.  Requests for absentee ballot applications can also be made by calling our office at 843-832-0132 or 843-563-0132.  Ballots will be mailed when they become available. Voters who wish to vote absentee in person should wait to come to our office until ballots are available. Voters should visit DorchesterVotes.org to check the status of absentee ballot...
2012 June Primaries

2012 June Primaries

NOTICE OF ELECTIONS The Republican and Democratic political parties will hold primary elections on Tuesday, June 12, 2012.  Required runoffs will be held Tuesday, June 26.  Any person wishing to register to vote in the primary and runoff elections must do so no later than Saturday, May 12. At 1:00 p.m. on Election Day the County Election Commission will begin its examination of the absentee ballot return envelopes at the county council conference room at 201 Johnston Street, St. George, SC 29477.  On Thursday, June 14, at 10:00 a.m., the County Board of Canvassers will hold a hearing to determine the validity of all provisional ballots cast in this election.  This hearing will be held at the council chambers at 201 Johnston Street, St. George, SC 29477 . The following precincts and polling places will be open from 7:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m.:   PrecinctLocationAddress ArchdaleFt Dorchester High School8500 Patriot Blvd N Charleston 29420 Archdale 2Ft Dorchester High School8500 Patriot Blvd N Charleston 29420 Ashborough EDorchester Presby Church10290 Dorchester Rd Summerville 29485 Ashborough E 2Dorchester Presby Church10290 Dorchester Rd Summerville 29485 Ashborough WOld Fort Baptist Church10505 Dorchester Rd Summerville 29485 Ashborough W 2Old Fort Baptist Church10505 Dorchester Rd Summerville 29485 Ashley RiverRiver Oaks Middle School8642 River Oaks Dr N Charleston 29420 Bacons BridgeBeech Hill Elementary1001 Beech Hill Rd Summerville 29485 Beech HillBeech Hill Elementary1001 Beech Hill Rd Summerville 29485 Beech Hill 2Beech Hill Elementary1001 Beech Hill Rd Summerville 29485 BrandymillGrace Lutheran Church1600 Old Trolley Rd Summerville 29485 Brandymill 2Grace Lutheran Church1600 Old Trolley Rd Summerville 29485 BriarwoodSummerville Church Of Christ413 Old Trolley Rd Summerville 29485 Briarwood 2Summerville Church Of Christ413...
Candidate Filing Period for 2012 June Primaries

Candidate Filing Period for 2012 June Primaries

All candidates seeking a political party’s nomination to run in the November 6, 2012 General Election must file with the appropriate party official during the appropriate filing period.  If only one candidate files for a particular office with a particular party, that candidate becomes the party’s nominee.  When more than one candidate files for a particular office with a particular party, the nominee is chosen by primary or convention. The Constitution, Green, Independence, Labor, Libertarian, United Citizens, and Working Families parties nominate candidates by convention.  Conventions are conducted by the parties.  Contact the appropriate party for more information regarding conventions. The Republican and Democratic parties nominate by primary elections that are conducted by the State and county election commissions.  The 2012 Republican and Democratic Primaries shall be held June 12, 2012 with a runoff election (if necessary) on June 26, 2012.  The Republican and Democratic candidate filing period opens at noon Friday, March 16, 2012 and closes at noon Friday, March 30, 2012. At the time of filing, each candidate must complete a Statement of Intention of Candidacy Form, pay the filing fee, present proof that they have filed their Statement of Economics Interests form online at the SC State Ethics Commission website (http://ethics.sc.gov), and complete any additional forms as necessary by state law or party rules.  The filing fee is one percent of the annual salary of the office multiplied by the number of years in the term of office or $100, whichever is greater.  This fee is applied to funding the party’s primary.  Names of candidates who fail to file the proper forms during the appropriate filing...
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