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Edwards wins Marion Co. Auditor Democratic Runoff

MARION COUNTY, SC (WMBF) - David A. Edwards won the Democratic runoff election for the Marion County Auditor position Tuesday, defeating opponent Leslie Cissy Drew.

Edwards received 1,444 votes, which was 63 percent of the total cast Tuesday, according to the unofficial election results released by the county.

Edwards and Drew faced off in the runoff election after they both received the most votes in the June 10 Primary Election, but not the majority needed to secure a victory.

The results of the June 10 Primary Election were:

David A. Edwards – 1426 votes – 43.57 percent

Leslie Cissy Drew – 1014 votes – 30.98 percent

Cliff Wilbanks – 833 votes – 25.45 percent

For complete results from the June 24 Runoff Election for all local and statewide races, click here: http://bit.ly/1v3232T

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