Tuesday, June 24, 2014
With all 61 precincts reporting, the results for statewide races in Berkeley County are mirroring the state results reported so far.
The Associated Press has called the lieutenant governor Republican primary runoff for Henry McMaster.
Statewide, the former state attorney general has 67 percent of the vote, and in Berkeley County he garnered 66 percent of the vote.
Both Republicans and Democrats returned to the polls today to decide upon their candidates for education superintendent.
So far Molly Spearman is leading the Republican runoff; she has 55 percent of the vote statewide and 55 percent in Berkeley county.
On the Democratic side, Tom Thompson so far has 60 percent of the vote statewide and 59 percent from Berkeley County voters.
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