Articles in Election News
Although the outcomes remained the same, the Pickens County vote totals from Tuesday’s general election showed some changes when certified Friday by the Pickens County Board of Canvassers.
Clemson City Council incumbent Jim Oswald’s bid to win a third four-year term remains alive, as he will face challenger Mark Cato in a Nov. 22 runoff.
“Mr. Trump winning may come as a surprise to many,” Oconee County Republican Party chairman Bob Skipp told The Journal.
Pickens County School Board member Alex Saitta’s bid for a fourth term has been halted by Pickens businessman Shannon Haskett.
Democratic U.S. House of Representatives candidate Hosea Cleveland has proposed a new veterans services facility in South Carolina.
Two of the five spots on the Keowee Fire District Commission are up for grabs, with four men vying for the positions.
State Rep. Gary Clary is completing his first term in the House of Representatives and is proud of several pieces of legislation he has been a part of crafting.