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SC Public Policy Update: November 9, 2016

Elections

November 9, 2016

2016 General Elections

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES CONTESTED RACES:


District 3 – Pickens County:
Gary Clary – Republican (i)     83.54%
Travis McCurry –Libertarian  15.95%

District 4 – Pickens County:
Davey Hiott – Republican (i)     90.20%
Joey Lum – Libertarian             9.57%

District 8 – Anderson County:
Jonathon Hill – Republican (i)    68.30%
Barbra Jo Mullis – Democrat     31.58% 


District 9 – Anderson County:
Anne Thayer – Republican (i)     67.87%
Mary Geren – Democrat            32.02%

District 10 – Anderson, Greenville, & Pickens Counties:
Joshua Putnam – Republican (i)      81.14%
Anna Brown – Democrat                18.72%

District 12 – Greenwood & McCormick Counties:
Anne Parks – Democrat (i)                 58.26%
Jennings McAbee Sr. – Republican    41.64%

District 13 – Greenwood County:
John McCravy – Republican     72.38%
Michael Gaskin – Democrat     27.53%

District 15 – Berkeley & Charleston Counties:
Samuel Rivers – Republican (i)     54.68%
K J Kearney – Democrat                45.11%

District 16 – Greenville & Laurens Counties:
Mark Willis – Republican (i)     65.33%
Brandon Greene – Democrat   34.49%

District 25 – Greenville County:
L. Robinson-Simpson – Democrat (i)     80.61%
Tony Boyce – Independent                   19.11%

District 26 – York County:
Raye Felder – Republican (i)     67.80%
Jim Thompson – Democrat        32.07%

District 31 – Spartanburg County:
Harold Mitchell Jr – Democrat (i)     77.11%
Michael Fowler – Republican            22.79%

District 34 – Spartanburg County:
Mike Forrester – Republican (i)     62.68%
Luke Quillen – Democrat               37.15%

District 37 – Spartanburg County:
Steven Long – Republican      69.63%
Michael Pratt – Democrat     30.23%

District 39 – Lexington & Saluda Counties:
Cal Forrest – Republican       72.49%
Tillman Gives – Democrat     27.08%

District 40 – Newberry County:
Rick Martin – Republican         58.71%
Carlton Kinard – Democrat      41.10%

District 42 – Laurens & Union Counties:
Mike Anthony – Democrat (i)     54.52%
Tommy Mann – Republican        45.41%

District 45 – Lancaster & York Counties:
Brandon Newton – Republican     65.65%
Tyler Mitchell – Democrat           32.28%

District 47 – York County:
Tommy Pope – Republican (i)     83.36%
Diane Phelps – Constitutional     16.29%

District 53 – Chesterfield & Lancaster Counties:
Richie Yow – Republican (i)     61.43%
Victor Li – Democrat               38.48%

District 54 – Chesterfield, Darlington, & Marlboro Counties:
Patricia Henegan – Democrat (i)     65.88%
J D Chaplin – Republican                  34.08%

District 57 – Dillon, Horry, & Marion Counties:
Lucas Atkinson – Democrat     76.77%
Ethan Brown – Republican      22.56%

District 58 – Horry County:
Jeff Johnson – Republican (i)     69.67%
John Ward – Democrat             30.14%

District 75 – Richland County:
Kirkman Finlay III – Republican (i)  59.81%
Tyler Gregg – Democrat                 40.06%

District 79 – Richland County:
Ivory Thigpen – Democrat      69.25%
Donald Miles – Republican     28.44%
Victor Kocher - Libertarian     2.19%

District 89 – Lexington County:
Micha Caskey – Republican             62.21%
Rosemounda Butler – Democrat     33.49%
Robert Lampley – Constitutional     4.07%

District 90 – Bamberg, Barnwell, & Colleton Counties:
Justin Bamberg – Democrat (i)     54.48%
Dan Lawrence – Republican     45.45%

District 94 – Charleston & Dorchester Counties:
Katie Arrington – Republican     70.29%
Damian Daly – Democrat           29.49%

District 96 – Lexington County:
Kit Spires – Republican (i)     75.66%
Robert Vanlue – Democrat   24.08%

District 110 – Charleston County:
William Cogswell Jr – Republican     65.17%
Alice Wakefield – Democrat             34.68%

District 114 – Charleston & Dorchester Counties:
Lin Bennett – Republican     60.09%
Bob Aubin – Democrat         39.77%

District 116 – Charleston & Colleton Counties:
Robert Brown – Democrat (i)     53.39%
Caroll O’Neal – Republican         46.64%

District 118 – Beaufort & Jasper Counties:
Bill Herbkersman – Republican (i)     83.69%
Alfred North – American                    15.80%

District 119 – Charleston County:
Leon Stavrinakis – Democrat (i)     60.89%
Lee Edwards – Republican             38.95%

District 121 – Beaufort & Colleton Counties:
Michael Rivers Sr. – Democrat     58.37%
James Broderick – Republican      41.51%

District 124 – Beaufort County:
Shannon Erickson – Republican (i)     72.87%
Bobby Green – Democrat                   26.97% 


SENATE CONTESTED RACES:



District 6 – Greenville County:
William Timmons – Republican     84.46%
Roy Magnuson – Constitutional     14.79%

District 7 – Greenville County:
Karl Allen – Democrat (i)          61.88%
Glen Robinson – Republican     37.96%

District 10 – Abbeville, Greenwood, McCormick, & Saluda Counties:
Floyd Nicholson – Democrat (i)     51.26%
J. Bryan Hope – Republican           48.70%

District 11 – Spartanburg County:
Glenn Reese – Democrat (i)         54.69%
Cornelius Huff – Republican         45.24%

District 17 – Chester, Fairfield, & York Counties:
Mike Fanning – Democrat       53.27%
Mark Palmer – Republican     46.58%

District 20 – Lexington & Richland Counties:
John Courson – Republican (i)     74.07%
Scott L. West – Green                  25.44%

District 22 – Richland County:
Mia McLeod – Democrat     51.50%
Susan Brill – Republican      48.35%

District 26 – Aiken, Calhoun, Lexington, & Saluda Counties:
Nikki Setzler – Democrat (i)     58.41%
Brad Lindsey – Republican       41.46%

District 36 – Clarendon, Florence, & Sumter Counties:
Kevin Johnson – Democrat (i)     62.15%
Leon Winn – Republican             37.77%


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