Decision 2020

  Ervin wins runoff for Democratic nomination in Florence mayoral race

  Runoff election to decide District 33 state senate race, other contests

  Horry County elections officials address concerns in delayed mail-in ballots

  Horry County GOP rejects candidates protest of June primary results

  ‘Some people got wrong ballots’: 4 candidates in Horry County protest GOP primary results

RNC announces Jacksonville, Fla. as host to celebratory part of 2020 convention, City of Charlotte responds

Continued Coverage

  ‘It’s still overwhelming’: Hudson talks about victory in Darlington Co. sheriff primary race

Rankin, Gallman head to GOP runoff for S.C. Senate District 33 after all precincts report in

Watson to challenge Rice in November for 7th Congressional seat

  Runoff to be held for Democratic nomination in Florence mayoral race

  Graham defeats three GOP challengers for U.S. Senate seat, will face Harrison in November

  Unofficial results: Joye, Yarborough to face off in November in Florence County sheriff’s race

  Decision 2020: Many choose to vote absentee for the primary due to COVID-19

Voters across the Grand Strand, the Pee Dee and across South Carolina casted their ballots in a number of primary races to determine who will face off in November’s general election.

  Election officials gear up for S.C. primary during virus outbreak

Tuesday’s primary elections in South Carolina will not only show how we adapt to voting in a pandemic, but it will also show whether election officials are able to handle the changes to keep everyone safe.

  People flock to the polls for early voting in Florence County

All day Monday, voters packed the parking lot and waited in line at the Florence County Voter Registration and Election Office.

  Horry County election officials expect to set record for mailed absentee ballots

The state of South Carolina is expected to set a record next week, for the most mailed in absentee ballots for a primary election in state history.

  Decision 2020: Darlington sheriff, former Hartsville police chief face off in Democratic primary

  Decision 2020: 3 Democratic candidates face off in primary to become the next Florence mayor

  Decision 2020: Three Democratic candidates vie for Rep. Tom Rice’s U.S. House seat

  Decision 2020: Lindsey Graham faces three primary challengers for his U.S. Senate seat

  Decision 2020: Candidates face off in hotly contested race for the Florence Co. Sheriff’s Office

  Decision 2020: Longtime incumbent Rankin sees two new challengers for District 33 Senate seat

  Decision 2020: Clemmons, Brittain face off in S.C. House District 107 race

For the first time in more than a decade, South Carolina State House District 107 Representative Alan Clemmons is facing opposition for re-election.

  Decision 2020: Robertson, Hardee go head-to-head in the South Carolina House District 105 race

Steve Robertson, a recently retired newspaper owner, is challenging four term incumbent Kevin Hardee for the South Carolina House of Representatives District 105 seat.

  Decision 2020: Crawford, Epps vying for District 68 seat in S.C. House

Two candidates are vying for the District 68 seat in the South Carolina House of Representatives in the June 9 primary.

  N.C. Gov. Cooper responds to Trump RNC tweet: Pandemic response can not be political

North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper has responded to tweets from President Donald Trump threatening to pull the Republican National Convention (RNC) from Charlotte if the state cannot guarantee full attendance at the convention.

SC likely to set record for mailed absentee ballots

South Carolina’s decision to allow absentee voting by mail for anyone in next month’s primaries because of the coronavirus could mean a long night waiting for results.

Sen. Lindsey Graham shares plans to expand PPE production in US

Graham said he expects to get bipartisan support in the Senate for his legislation.

  All S.C. voters allowed to vote absentee in June primaries, area election offices prepare for in-person voting

Every voter in South Carolina is now qualified to vote absentee in the June primaries and runoffs, according to the S.C. Election Commission.

  New bill says voters who choose to vote from home during pandemic should be able to

Some lawmakers will be pushing for changes to our state’s absentee process when they return to session, Tuesday, May 12. A bill being introduced in the House says there should be some adjustments made to protect voters amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.