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SC statewide primary election results

Lieutenant Governor - Republican Primary 
2,144 of 2,206 precincts VOTES PERCENT
Mike Campbell  69,643  24%
Pat McKinney  70,383  24%
Henry McMaster  126,964  44%
Ray Moore  23,220  7%
 
State Treasurer - Republican Primary
2,144 of 2,206 precincts VOTES PERCENT
Brian Adams  105,156  38%
Curtis Loftis  170,805  62%
 
State Superintendent of Education - Democratic Primary
2,144 of 2,206 precincts VOTES PERCENT
Montrio M. Belton Sr.  20,910  19%
Sheila C. Gallagher  40,562  36%
Jerry Govan  20,745  19%
Tom Thompson  29,377  26%
State Superintendent of Education - Republican Primary
2,144 of 2,206 precincts VOTES PERCENT
Sally Atwater  61,073  22%
Gary Burgess  29,854  11%
Meka Boskett Childs  18,687  7%
Amy Cofield  19,804  7%
Sheri Few  53,515  19%
Don Jordan  15,670  6%
Elizabeth Moffly  16,821  6%
Molly Mitchell Spearman  63,289  23%
 
Adjutant General - Republican Primary
2,144 of 2,206 precincts VOTES PERCENT
James Breazeale    64,315  24%
Bob Livingston  201,876  76%
 
Commissioner of Agriculture - Republican Primary
2,126 of 2,206 precincts VOTES PERCENT
Joe Farmer    93,917  35%
Hugh E. Weathers  176,834  65%
 
U.S. Senate - Democratic Primary
1,953 of 2,206 precincts VOTES PERCENT
Brad Hutto  73,859  76%
Jay Stamper  22,975  24%
U.S. Senate - Republican Primary
1,953 of 2,206 precincts VOTES PERCENT
Det Bowers  19,685  7%
Lee Bright  43,247  16%
Richard Cash  22,607  8%
Bill Connor  9,271  5%
Benjamin Dunn  1,860  1%
Lindsey Graham  156,665  57%
Nancy Mace  17,172  6%
 
U.S. Senate (unexpired term) - Democratic Primary
 1,953 of 2,206 precincts VOTES PERCENT
Joyce Dickerson  61,565  65%
Sidney Moore  22,386  24%
Harry Pavilack  10,352  11%
U.S. Senate (unexpired term) - Republican Primary
 1,953 of 2,206 precincts VOTES PERCENT
Tim Scott  242,096  90%
Randall Young  26,099  10%
 
U.S. House of Representatives District 2 - Democratic Primary
 230 of 267 precincts VOTES PERCENT
Phil Black  5,546  54%
Ed Greenleaf  4,651  46%
U.S. House of Representatives District 2 - Republican Primary
230 of 267 precincts VOTES PERCENT
Eddie McCain  8,440  19%
Joe Wilson  36,509  81%
 
U.S. House of Representatives District 3 - Democratic Primary
 330 of 334 precincts VOTES PERCENT
Hosea Cleveland  2,481  33%
Barbara Jo Mullis  4,953  67%
 
U.S. House of Representatives District 6 - Democratic Primary
 350 of 395 precincts VOTES PERCENT
James E. Jim Clyburn  32,185  86%
Karen Smith   5,046  14%
U.S. House of Representatives District 6 - Republican Primary
345 of 395 precincts VOTES PERCENT
Anthony Culler  8,342  65%
Leon Winn  4,527  35%
 
Solicitor Circuit 6 - Republican Primary
  VOTES PERCENT
Tom Holland    
Randy Newman Jr.    
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