Articles in Election News
LuWanna Johnson’s walking buddies described her as kind, giving and hospitable.
Should he pull off what would be a not-insignificant upset in November, Seneca businessman Hosea Cleveland says he plans to advocate policy that would promote a public-sector workforce that more closely resembles the population it represents.
The Oconee County Republican Party will hold a ceremony Thursday for the official grand opening of its headquarters.
Clemson Mayor J.C. Cook is quick to remind anyone who asks what it’s like to be unopposed in seeking a second four-year term that candidates still have two weeks to mount a write-in effort.
The outcome was really never in jeopardy Tuesday night, and there was little change when the election results for the 10th Judicial Circuit solicitor runoff election were certified Thursday.