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SCIWAY will provide complete coverage of South Carolina's November 8, 2022 general elections. Candidates may file for South Carolina elected offices from March 16 through March 30, 2022. Primaries will be held June 14, 2022, with run-offs scheduled for June 28, 2022.
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During the general election on November 8, 2022, elections for the following South Carolina state, federal, and county offices will be held: All statewide offices including governor and lieutenant governor, all SC state house seats, six solicitors, one US senate seat, all seven US congressional seats, and hundreds of county council seats.
Filing for South Carolina elections runs from March 16 through March 30, 2022 for the June 14, 2022 primary elections. Primary run-offs will be June 28, 2022.
We are unable to list primary candidates at this time.
South Carolina's Primary for federal, state, county, and municipal elections will be held June 14, 2022. Run-offs are scheduled for June 28, 2022.
2022 Primary Candidates
- For state-level candidates and some county, use the drop-down menu to select 6/14/2022 Statewide Primary
- For local candidates, click the blue box Local Elections
SC General Election
South Carolina's general election will be held November 8, 2022.
We are unable to cover city and town-level elections at this time. However, you can visit the SC Election Commission Candidate Tracking System
to find out who has filed for municipal elections.
Find Your SC Precinct, Polling Place
Use this 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).
How to Vote in South Carolina
Previous SC Elections – 1996-2020
- Election results
Find official election results for South Carolina races since 1996. This includes results for federal, state, and local candidates ... plus SC constitutional amendments.
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