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2014 Elections

Dec 3, 2014

Challenge ends to Tinkler’s election

CHARLESTON (AP) — South Carolina officials have dropped efforts to get a new election for the House seat formerly held by House Speaker Bobby Harrell of Charleston. The Post and Courier of Charleston reported that a motion signed by the attorney general’s office means that Democratic Rep. Mary Tinkler will keep the seat for the […]

Jun 25, 2014

Spearman, Thompson wins nods for school superintendent

COLUMBIA (AP) — Molly Spearman is the Republican choice to be South Carolina education superintendent and Tom Thompson is the Democratic nominee after Tuesday night’s primary runoff. With 90 percent of precincts reporting, Spearman led Sally Atwater with 57 percent of the vote, and with over 80 percent of precincts reporting, Thompson led Sheila Gallagher with […]

Jun 25, 2014

McMaster wins GOP runoff for lieutenant governor

COLUMBIA (AP) — Voters chose former Attorney General Henry McMaster to be the Republican choice for lieutenant governor and picked both parties’ nominees to be South Carolina’s education superintendent. Unofficial results Tuesday showed McMaster trouncing Mike Campbell by a 2-to-1 margin. Sally Atwater, the widow of legendary GOP strategist Lee Atwater, lost to Molly Spearman [&helli[...]

May 29, 2014

General Assembly elects four to serve as judges

In a General Assembly election on Wednesday, four candidates earned seats in their respective courts, including one on the South Carolina Court of Appeals. Stephanie McDonald, a 9th Circuit judge since 2011, was unopposed in her bid for Seat 7 on the Court of Appeals, according to The Post and Courier in Charleston. McDonald, 45, […]

Mar 20, 2014

Deep South Dems mount comeback with familiar names

Democrats in the conservative Deep South are looking to recapture some old political magic in the 2014 elections.

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