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Posted on behalf of Harbin & Burnett on Jun 25, 2018 in General Interest

Tomorow, Tuesday June 26, 2018, are the SC Primary Runoffs.  If you voted in a primary, you can vote in any runoff for the same party. For example, if you voted in the Republican primary, you can vote in the runoff for Governor. But if you voted in the Democratic Primary, you would not be allowed to vote in the Republican runoffs, and visa versa. If you did not vote in either Primary, you can vote in either of the runoffs but not both. The only statewide runoffs are for the Republican candidate for Governor and Attorney General.  But both parties have numerous runoffs for both US and State House districts and other more localized races. For other information regarding what you can and cannot do, regarding voting,  please go here: SC Votes.

Harbin & Burnett urges everyone to vote, regardless of political beliefs or affiliation. The only way for the voice of the people to be heard is through participation in the election process.

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