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Two statewide primaries in county Tuesday

  • Saturday, June 7, 2014

If you’re planning on voting in the June 10 primary, be sure you know whether or not you want to vote in the Republican or Democratic party, because there are hotly contested races for each as statewide candidates vie for nominations.

Polls open 7 a.m. Tuesday, June 10, and close 7 p.m. that evening.

While the county offices are challenged only on the Republican ticket, the state superintendent of education and the U.S. Senate races feature candidates on both sides of the aisle.

No candidates for state offices that represent Berkeley County — Republican or Democrat — will face opposition from their own party for the June 10 primary.

The candidates that Republicans will see on primary day:

Lieutenant governor (no incumbent)

Mike Campbell

Pat McKinney

Henry McMaster

Ray Moore

State treasurer

Brian Adams

Curtis Loftis (incumbent)

State superintendent of education (no incumbent)

Sally Atwater

Gary Burgess

Meka Bosket Childs

Amy Cofield

Sheri Few

Don Jordan

Elizabeth Moffly

Molly Mitchell Spearman

Adjutant general

James Breazeale

Bob Livingston (incumbent)

Commissioner of agriculture

Joe Farmer

Hugh Weathers (incumbent)

U.S. Senate

Det Bowers

Lee Bright

Richard Cash

Bill Connor

Benjamin Dunn

Lindsey Graham (incumbent)

Nancy Mace

U.S. Senate (unexpired term)

Tim Scott (incumbent)

Randall Young



Here are the candidates that Democrats will see on primary day:

State superintendent of education (no incumbent)

Montrio Belton

Sheila Gallagher

Jerry Govan

Tom Thompson

U.S. Senate

Brad Hutto

Jay Stamper

U.S. Senate (unexpired term)

Sidney Moore

Harry Pavilack

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