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South Carolina Primary Results

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U.S. House – District 4 – GOP Primary
June 09, 2010 – 03:11AM ET
South Carolina – 265 of 265 Precincts Reporting – 100%
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Name Party Votes Vote %
Gowdy , Trey GOP 33,683 39%
Inglis , Bob (i) GOP 23,727 28%
Lee , Jim GOP 11,767 14%
Thomas , David GOP 11,021 13%
Jeffrey , Christina GOP 5,962 7%

U.S. House – District 5 – GOP Primary
June 09, 2010 – 03:08AM ET
South Carolina – Uncontested race, no results will be reported.
Name Party Votes Vote %
Mulvaney , Mick GOP 0 0

U.S. House – District 6 – Dem Primary
June 09, 2010 – 03:11AM ET
South Carolina – 410 of 410 Precincts Reporting – 100%
Name Party Votes Vote %
Clyburn , Jim (i) Dem 49,937 90%
Brown , Gregory Dem 5,503 10%

Governor – GOP Primary
June 09, 2010 – 03:11AM ET
South Carolina – 2109 of 2109 Precincts Reporting – 100%
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Name Party Votes Vote %
Haley , Nikki GOP 205,360 49%
Barrett , Gresham GOP 91,461 22%
McMaster , Henry GOP 71,187 17%
Bauer , Andre GOP 52,324 12%

U.S. House – District 6 – GOP Primary
June 09, 2010 – 03:08AM ET
South Carolina – 410 of 410 Precincts Reporting – 100%
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Name Party Votes Vote %
Pratt , Jim GOP 15,652 49%
Harrelson , Nancy GOP 13,416 42%
Payne , Colleen GOP 2,902 9%

U.S. House – District 1 – Dem Primary
June 09, 2010 – 03:08AM ET
South Carolina – 396 of 396 Precincts Reporting – 100%
Name Party Votes Vote %
Frasier , Ben Dem 10,520 56%
Burton , Robert Dem 8,376 44%

U.S. House – District 1 – Dem Primary
June 09, 2010 – 03:08AM ET
South Carolina – 396 of 396 Precincts Reporting – 100%
Name Party Votes Vote %
Frasier , Ben Dem 10,520 56%
Burton , Robert Dem 8,376 44%

U.S. House – District 2 – Dem Primary
June 09, 2010 – 03:08AM ET
South Carolina – Uncontested race, no results will be reported.
Name Party Votes Vote %
Miller , Rob Dem 0 0

U.S. House – District 3 – Dem Primary
June 09, 2010 – 03:11AM ET
South Carolina – 352 of 352 Precincts Reporting – 100%
Name Party Votes Vote %
Dyer , Jane Dem 10,544 65%
Doyle , Brian Dem 5,635 35%

U.S. House – District 4 – Dem Primary
June 09, 2010 – 03:11AM ET
South Carolina – Uncontested race, no results will be reported.
Name Party Votes Vote %
Corden , Paul Dem 0 0

U.S. House – District 5 – Dem Primary
June 09, 2010 – 03:11AM ET
South Carolina – Uncontested race, no results will be reported.
Name Party Votes Vote %
Spratt , John (i) Dem 0 0

U.S. House – District 1 – GOP Primary
June 09, 2010 – 03:08AM ET
South Carolina – 396 of 396 Precincts Reporting – 100%
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Name Party Votes Vote %
Scott , Tim GOP 25,301 31%
Thurmond , Paul GOP 13,067 16%
Campbell , Carroll GOP 11,607 14%
Kobrovsky , Larry GOP 8,441 11%
Witte , Stovall GOP 7,151 9%
Parker , Clark GOP 6,746 8%
Jenerette , Katherine GOP 3,834 5%
Lutz , Mark GOP 3,218 4%
Glasson , Ken GOP 991 1%

U.S. House – District 2 – GOP Primary
June 09, 2010 – 03:08AM ET
South Carolina – 357 of 357 Precincts Reporting – 100%
Name Party Votes Vote %
Wilson , Joe (i) GOP 64,938 83%
Black , Phil GOP 12,918 17%

U.S. House – District 3 – GOP Primary
June 09, 2010 – 03:08AM ET
South Carolina – 352 of 352 Precincts Reporting – 100%
Max Runoff Cands=2
Name Party Votes Vote %
Cash , Richard GOP 20,869 25%
Duncan , Jeff GOP 19,020 23%
Rice , Rex GOP 16,030 19%
Grimaud , Joe GOP 15,479 19%
Collins , Neal GOP 6,769 8%
Vasovski , Frank GOP 4,209 5%

U.S. Senate – Dem Primary
June 09, 2010 – 03:11AM ET
South Carolina – 2109 of 2109 Precincts Reporting – 100%
Name Party Votes Vote %
Greene , Alvin Dem 99,970 59%
Rawl , Vic Dem 69,572 41%

U.S. Senate – GOP Primary
June 09, 2010 – 03:08AM ET
South Carolina – 2109 of 2109 Precincts Reporting – 100%
Name Party Votes Vote %
DeMint , Jim (i) GOP 340,901 83%
Gaddy , Susan GOP 69,907 17%

GOP Question – 1-Healthcare Resolution – Ballot Issue
June 09, 2010 – 03:11AM ET
South Carolina – 2109 of 2109 Precincts Reporting – 100%
Name Votes Vote %
Yes 354,073 86%
No 56,534 14%

GOP Question – 2-Spending Resolution – Ballot Issue
June 09, 2010 – 03:08AM ET
South Carolina – 2109 of 2109 Precincts Reporting – 100%
Name Votes Vote %
Yes 381,126 92%
No 31,278 8%

via South Carolina Primary Results.

2 Comments

  1. Dem Cross-over Produced Haley, Greene, and “Republicans for Obamacare”
    If you believe as I do that 14% of the “Republicans” voting in the SC GOP Primary were Democrats, it answers three questions: 1) Why did 14% of the “Republicans” in a right-wing orgy like the SC GOP Primary vote FOR Obamacare? 2) How did Alvin Greene become the Democrat Senate nominee? 3) How did Haley go from a pre-scandal mid-May Rasmussen 30% (with 22% undecided) to a 49% Primary share? A June 2 poll still had her at 31%.
    Assuming that the 22% undecided divided their votes in proportion to the four candidates’ standings in mid-May, 31 plus 14 is 45, or close to what Haley pulled. Shrewd Dems (with the emotional intelligence that GOP Asperger cases lack) realize that if numerous lengthy late night calls and Marchant’s semi-credible polygraph are “on the table” along with Bauer’s suggestion that Haley clear herself with a polygraph but Haley’s chosen not to do so, the candidate most likely to implode before November is Haley. The theory that Haley’s jump from 31 to 49 is all due to most of the 22 undecided going for Haley is not only contrived, but only answers the third question, not the other two. My theory answers all three. The shrewd cross-over Dems voted for Obamacare, left no one minding the store to stop unemployed felon Greene, and successfully gave it to Haley.
    Hey, Republicans did this in the Wisconsin 1972 Primary and put McGovern on the path over Scoop Jackson, Muskie, and HHH. Turnabout is fair play to produce a Sanford-with-ovaries – or a Sheheen victory when further evidence arises.
    Robert Edward Johnson
    Greenville

  2. Dem Cross-over Produced Haley, Greene, and “Republicans for Obamacare”
    If you believe as I do that 14% of the “Republicans” voting in the SC GOP Primary were Democrats, it answers three questions: 1) Why did 14% of the “Republicans” in a right-wing orgy like the SC GOP Primary vote FOR Obamacare? 2) How did Alvin Greene become the Democrat Senate nominee? 3) How did Haley go from a pre-scandal mid-May Rasmussen 30% (with 22% undecided) to a 49% Primary share? A June 2 poll still had her at 31%.
    Assuming that the 22% undecided divided their votes in proportion to the four candidates’ standings in mid-May, 31 plus 14 is 45, or close to what Haley pulled. Shrewd Dems (with the emotional intelligence that GOP Asperger cases lack) realize that if numerous lengthy late night calls and Marchant’s semi-credible polygraph are “on the table” along with Bauer’s suggestion that Haley clear herself with a polygraph but Haley’s chosen not to do so, the candidate most likely to implode before November is Haley. The theory that Haley’s jump from 31 to 49 is all due to most of the 22 undecided going for Haley is not only contrived, but only answers the third question, not the other two. My theory answers all three. The shrewd cross-over Dems voted for Obamacare, left no one minding the store to stop unemployed felon Greene, and successfully gave it to Haley.
    Hey, Republicans did this in the Wisconsin 1972 Primary and put McGovern on the path over Scoop Jackson, Muskie, and HHH. Turnabout is fair play to produce a Sanford-with-ovaries – or a Sheheen victory when further evidence arises.
    Robert Edward Johnson
    Greenville

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