Statewide Primary Election Results, June 14 – Seabrook Island

The Lake House polling location closed promptly at 7:00 pm last night. There are 2,620 registered voters on Seabrook Island.  There were 699 people who voted in person yesterday at The Lake House.

Below is a summary of the major races.  The numbers reflect only those who voted in person yesterday at The Lake House

The results are also posted on the Lake House window as you walk in the front door.

Democratic Races:

Governor

  • Carlton Boyd – 1
  • Joe Cunningham – 171
  • Mia S. McLeod – 8
  • Calvin CJ Mack McMillian – 0
  • William H. Williams – 0

State Superintendent of Education

  • Gary L. Burgess – 61
  • Lisa Ellis – 84
  • Jerry Govan – 7

US Senate 2

  • Cathrine Fleming Bruce – 61
  • Angela Geter – 17
  • Krystle Matthews – 71

Probate Judge

  • Tamara Cunningham Curry – 105
  • Stephanie Ganaway-Pasley -42

Register of Deeds

  • Karen Lesser Hollings – 149
  • Michael Miller – 9

Republican Races:

Governor

  • Henry McMaster – 425
  • Harrison Musselwhite – 71

Secretary of State

  • Keith Blandford – 96
  • Mark Hammond – 295

Attorney General

  • Lauren Martel – 148
  • Alan Wilson – 264

State Superintendent of Education

  • Travis Bedson – 59
  • Bryan Chapman – 32
  • Kizzi Gibson – 20
  • Lynda Leventis-Wells – 34
  • Kathy Maness – 174
  • Ellen Weaver – 90

Commissioner of Agriculture

  • Bill Bledsoe – 108
  • Bob Rozier – 35
  • Hugh Weathers – 230

U. S. House of Representatives District 01

  • Katie Arrington – 123
  • Nancy Mace – 387

Advisory Question on the Republican Ballot:

  1. Should people have the right to register with the political party of their choice when they register to vote? YES – 398, NO – 91
  2. Should candidates for local school boards be able to run as a candidate of the political party of their choice, just like candidates for other elected offices? YES – 318, NO – 172
  3. In a situation where there is more than one person responsible for damages in a lawsuit, do you support changing South Carolina law so that each person should pay damages based on that person’s actual share of fault? YES – 419, NO – 73

A special thanks to all the poll workers for their vital role in assuring a safe and secure election. In addition to participating in training prior to the election, on Election Day they arrived at the Lake House at 6:00 am to set up and stayed past 7:00 pm to put everything away. Thank you for your service!

Tidelines Editors

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