Primaries Certified, Runoffs Set for June 28

COLUMBIA, SC (June 17, 2022) – The results of the June 14 Statewide Primaries have been certified, and the State Election Commission wants to make sure voters understand the rules for voting in the Primary Runoffs on Tuesday, June 28.  There will be a runoff for a statewide office in both the Democratic and Republican Primaries, which means everyone who voted in the Primaries can vote in the Primary Runoffs.

  • All primary runoffs are listed below. Check your sample ballot at scVOTES.gov to see offices in which you are eligible to vote.
  • Voters who voted in the June 14 Primaries are limited to voting in the same party’s runoff. 
  • Voters who did not vote on June 14 can choose to vote in either party’s runoff.

Absentee Voting

  • The deadline to return an absentee application for the Primary Runoffs was today, June 17 at 5:00 p.m.
  • County voter registration offices will begin mailing runoff ballots to absentee voters soon.
  • Once you get your ballot in the mail, complete and return your ballot to your county voter registration office by mail or in person no later than 7:00 p.m. on June 28.   
    • Be sure to sign the voter’s oath and have the return envelope witnessed. 
    • Photo ID will be required to return your ballot in person.

Early Voting Period

Polling Place on Election Day

Statewide Runoffs:

U.S. Senate – Democratic

State Superintendent of Education – Republican

County Runoffs:

Allendale

Sheriff – Democratic

County Council District 3 – Democratic

Berkeley

State House District 101 – Democratic

County Council District 6 – Republican

Cherokee

State House District 30 – Republican

County Council District 2 – Republican

Chesterfield

Sheriff – Republican

Colleton

County Council At-Large – Democratic

Florence

State House District 101 – Democratic

City Council District 1 – Democratic

Greenville

State House District 25 – Democratic

County Council District 19 – Republican

Greenwood

County Council District 3 – Democratic

Horry

State House District 106 – Republican

County Council Chair – Republican

County Council District 8 – Republican

Board of Education Chair – Republican

Kershaw

County Council District 5 – Republican

County Council District 6 – Republican

Lexington

State House District 40 – Republican

Marion

County Council District 3 – Democratic

County Council District 5 – Democratic

Marlboro

County Council District 4 – Democratic

Newberry

State House District 40 – Republican

Richland

County Council District 11 – Democratic

Spartanburg

State House District 30 – Republican

Williamsburg

State House District 101 – Democratic

York

State House District 48 – Republican