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South Carolina voters have one last opportunity to register to vote before the 2016 general election, according to the state election commission.
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.
Two weeks have passed since the Republican primary, and during that time, Rame Campbell and David Wagner have stayed busy pounding out their message to get out to vote today to decide their race to become the next 10th Circuit solicitor.
With the runoff election to determine the next 10th Judicial Circuit solicitor just days away, Oconee County deputy solicitor David Wagner announced in a news release Thursday the backing of more than three dozen law enforcement officials.