ELECTION RESULTS: Multiple local elections held in the Upstate


SPARTANBURG, S.C. (WSPA) – Two special elections were held in the Upstate Tuesday.

In Abbeville and Anderson counties, a special election to fill the town council seat for Ward 1 in Honea Path had Travis Bradley facing A. Earle Ashley.

A. Earle Ashley won that seat with just over 52 percent of the vote.

Also in Anderson County, several democratic candidates will face off for a spot in the special election for county council.

Glenn Davis, Micah Jenkins, Arsenio Mandrake Walker, Willie Day, Reggie Davis, Marian A Robinson and Debbie Dotson-Leverette are all running for the seat.

The top two vote-getters from Tuesday, Glenn Davis and Marian Robinson, are headed to a runoff on April 13.

The Town of Williamston will be holding a special election for to fill the town council seat for Ward 2. Lee Cole is running unopposed for that seat.

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