South Carolina SC Government SC Elections McCormick Elections
Need to find out about McCormick candidates and elections? This is the spot! The list below includes up-to-date links for McCormick's local county, school board, and special district races.
If you need info about federal or state-level elections in McCormick, please go to our main SC Election Guide.
McCormick Candidates for US Senate
The seat currently held by Tim Scott will be up for election.
Candidates for US Senate, Seat 2
McCormick Candidates for US Congress
US House District 3 includes Abbeville, Anderson, Edgefield, Greenwood, Laurens, McCormick, Oconee, Pickens and Saluda counties plus portions of Greenville and Newberry counties.
District 3 Map
Candidates for Congress, District 3
McCormick Candidates for SC Solicitor
11th Circuit Solicitor - Edgefield, Lexington, McCormick, Saluda
- Rick Hubbard - Republican - Unopposed
2016 – McCormick County Candidates
Elections for McCormick County will be held November 8, 2016.
McCormick County Clerk of Court
- Gwendolyn Gwen Chiles - Democratic - Unopposed
McCormick County Coroner
- Faye Leverette Puckett - Democratic - Unopposed
McCormick County Council District, 01
McCormick County Council District, 03
- Byron Thompson - Democratic - Unopposed
McCormick County Council District, 04
- Charles Jennings - Democratic
- Tim White - Petition
McCormick County School Board At Large
- Karen Beckner - Nonpartisan
- Christine Lee - Nonpartisan
- Heather McNally - Nonpartisan
- James Bernard Moss - Nonpartisan
- Don Tummons - Nonpartisan
McCormick County Sheriff
- J R Jones - Democratic
- LeRoy Martin - Petition
- Clarke A Stearns - Republican
McCormick County Soil and Water District Commission
- Julie Corley Davis - Nonpartisan - Unopposed
Find Your SC Precinct and Polling Place
Use this quick form to find your precinct number, your polling place, your districts, and a sample ballot – for US Congress, SC Statehouse, SC Senate, School Board, County Council, and City Council district (if applicable).
- Find your precinct, polling place, voting districts - for registered voters only
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3. After results appear, click Get driving directions to the Precinct in upper right corner for directions, map.