Rules for voting in June 23 Primary Runoffs

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COLUMBIA, SC (WSPA) – The State Election Commission issued rules for voting in the upcoming June 23 Primary Runoffs.

The following are the voting rules issued for the runoffs:

  • If you voted on June 9, you are limited to voting in the same party’s runoff
  • If you did not vote on June 9, you can choose to vote in either party’s runoff
  • Many voters throughout the state will have no runoff to vote in
    • Only 23 of 46 counties have a runoff
    • Of those 23 counties, 18 have no countywide offices
  • To determine if you have a runoff to vote in, check your sample ballot by clicking here.
    • If you voted on June 9, make sure to select the same party
  • In most cases, your polling place will remain the same for the runoff. However, polling places can change due the emergencies. Check your polling place information here.

Races with runoffs on June 13:

Greenville County
State House of Reps District 35 (Rep)
County Council District 21 (Rep)

Pickens County
State House of Reps District 3 (Rep)
State House of Reps District 5 (Rep)

Spartanburg County
State House of Reps District 35 (Rep)
County Council District 1 (Dem)
County Council District 4 (Rep)

Union County
Sheriff (Dem)

For a full list of June 23 runoffs in South Carolina by county, click here.

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