COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) – The two-week sprint from the South Carolina primaries to the runoffs is ending.
South Carolina voters will choose the Republican candidates for governor and attorney general in Tuesday’s runoff elections.
Gov. Henry McMaster is fighting for his political life against political newcomer and businessman John Warren. Attorney General Alan Wilson is also fighting to keep his party’s nomination against state Rep. Todd Atwater.
Voters also will choose the Republican and Democratic candidates for the 4th Congressional District, as well as the Democratic nominees in the 2nd and 7th Congressional Districts.
Any registered voter can cast a ballot with one catch – people who voted in a party primary on June 12 have to vote in that same party’s runoff.
Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday.