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Democrats cite improper filing and ask for decertification of all non-incumbent Republican candidates in Dorchester County.
North Charleston woman looking for votes in campaign contest.
Elections, The Neighborhood Files
Charleston County Democrats' West Ashley headquarters is up and running next to Doschers
More than 60 percent of influential conservatives responding to our Red Palmetto survey said the session was not a success.
One of more than 200 candidates decertified by recent S.C. Supreme Court decisions, Miriam Birdsong plans to run for Dorchester County Council District 6 as a petition candidate
The candidates, incumbents and issues that will be affecting West Ashley and Charleston County.
Rain and confusion over which candidates were eligible kept turnout low on Primary Day
Carolyn Hughes was one of the dozens of candidates removed from ballots by recent S.C. Supreme Court decisions, and spent Tuesday collecting signatures for her bid to appear on the November ballot as a petition candidate
About 60 teens spent Tuesday helping people vote around Charleston County
No ruling has been issued yet in George Tempel's lawsuit against Paul Thurmond's eligibility to appear on today's ballot, but on Tuesday Thurmond's attorneys filed a countersuit against Democrat Paul Tinkler's eligibility in the same race.
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