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Need to find out about Hampton candidates and elections? This is the spot! The list below includes up-to-date links for Hampton's local county, school board, and special district races.
If you need info about federal or state-level elections in Hampton, please go to our main SC Election Guide.
Hampton Candidates for US Congress
US House District 6 includes all of Allendale, Bamberg, Calhoun, Clarendon, Hampton, Jasper and Williamsburg counties plus portion of Beaufort, Berkeley, Charleston, Colleton, Dorchester, Georgetown, Florence, Orangeburg, Richland and Sumter counties.
District 6 Map
Candidates for Congress, District 6
2016 – Hampton County Candidates
Elections for Hampton County will be held November 8, 2016.
Hampton County Auditor
- Teresa Hill Williams - Democratic - Unopposed
Hampton County Clerk of Court
- Mylinda D Nettles - Democratic - Unopposed
Hampton County Council At Large
- Kenny Bozard - Petition
- Roy Hollingsworth - Democratic
- Ronald Breeze Winn - Democratic
Hampton County School Board District, 46
- Nicci Gooding Bennett - Nonpartisan
- Robert J Brown - Nonpartisan
- Theresa Butts - Nonpartisan
- Allanah A Dobson - Nonpartisan
- Kari H Foy - Nonpartisan
- Kenneth Greene - Nonpartisan
- Eugene Jenkins Jr - Nonpartisan
- Libby Murdaugh - Nonpartisan
- Doug Noll - Nonpartisan
- Willie Sherman O'Banner - Nonpartisan
- Caleb Jefferson Willis - Nonpartisan
Hampton County School Board District, 47
- Mary Ann Atkins - Nonpartisan
- Earl Choice - Nonpartisan
- Bruce Davis - Nonpartisan
- Christopher Housey - Nonpartisan
- Katherine Manigo - Nonpartisan
- Thomas Owens - Nonpartisan
Hampton County Soil and Water District Commission
- Doug Jarrell - Nonpartisan - Unopposed
Hampton County Treasurer
- Jennifer Ginn Youmans - Democratic - Unopposed
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