Originally created 06/14/06

South Carolina Republican Primary results



REPUBLICAN NOMINEES

GOVERNOR


Mark Sanford*


159,548 votes, or 65 percent, defeated Oscar Lovelace, 86,692 votes, or 35 percent


2,052 of 2,052 precincts reporting



LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR


Andre Bauer*


110,604 votes, or 45 percent, advances to runoff with Mike Campbell 90,243 votes, or 37 percent. Henry Jordan has 43,353 votes, or 18 percent


2,052 of 2,052 precincts reporting



SECRETARY OF STATE


Mark Hammond*


124,442, or 55 percent, defeated Bill Mckown, 87,494 votes or 39 percent and L.W. Flynn 14,713 votes, or 6 percent


2,052 of 2,052 precincts reporting



STATE TREASURER


Thomas Ravenel


115,493 votes, or 48 percent, advances to runoff with Greg Ryberg, 62,301 votes, or 26 percent. Rick Quinn has 45,660 votes, or 19 percent and Jeff Willis has 16,046 votes, or 7 percent.


2,052 of 2,052 precincts reporting



SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION


Karen Floyd


120,152 votes, or 51 percent, defeated Bob Staton 82,463 votes, or 35 percent, Mike Ryan, 17,246, or 7 percent, Elizabeth Moffly, 10,940, or 5 percent and Kerry Wood, 7,118 votes, or 3 percent.


2,052 of 2,052 precincts reporting



COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE


Hugh Weathers*


130,496 votes, or 57 percent, defeated William Bell, 96,903 votes, or 43 percent


2,052 of 2,052 precincts reporting



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES DIST 81


Skipper Perry*


2,561 votes, or 61 percent, defeated Walter Lamb, 1,644 votes, or 39 percent


22 of 22 precincts reporting



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES DIST 96


Ken Clark*


705 votes, or 35 percent advances to runoff with Kit Spires, 908 votes, or 45 percent. Dean Rawls has 409 votes, or 20 percent.


22 of 22 precincts reporting

* Incumbent