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Sample Ballot for Laurel Wood Residents (Lexington town limits)

Here’s your sample ballot for the November 8 election if you live in Laurel Wood neighborhood (Lexington). **NOTICE: voting district lines are obscure and can even bisect single neighborhoods, so make sure to check the SC Votes website to retrieve your sample ballot.nov election home ad 2 politics
U.S. Senate
-Thomas Dixon
-Bill Bledsoe
Tim Scott ( Republican ) – WINNER
U.S. House of Representatives District 02
Arik Bjorn for U.S. Congress ( Democratic, Green )
Joe Wilson ( Republican ) – WINNER
State Senate District 23
Katrina Shealy, unopposed ( Republican ) – WINNER
State House of Representatives District 69
Rick Quinn, unopposed ( Republican ) – WINNER
Solicitor Circuit 11
Rick Hubbard, unopposed ( Republican ) – WINNER
Jay Koon, unopposed ( Republican ) – WINNER
Clerk of Court
Lisa Comer, unopposed (Republican) – WINNER
– Frank Barron III ( Constitution )
Margaret Fisher (Republican) – WINNER
-Chris Harmon, unopposed ( Republican ) – WINNER
County Treasurer
Jim Eckstrom, unopposed (Republican) – WINNER
County Council District 04
– Debbie Summers, unopposed ( Republican ) – WINNER
Register of Deeds
Tina Guerry (Republican) – WINNER
Soil and Water District Commission
– Brent A Weaver, unopposed ( Nonpartisan ) – WINNER
School Trustee District 01
You may vote for Four, less than Four, but not more than Four.
– Mike Anderson ( Nonpartisan ) – WINNER
Anne Marie Green (Nonpartisan) – WINNER
-Jean Haggard ( Nonpartisan )
-Grady Harmon ( Nonpartisan ) – WINNER
Brent M. Powers (Nonpartisan) 
-Cynthia Smith ( Nonpartisan ) – WINNER
Town of Lexington Town Council
You may vote for Three, less than Three, but not more than Three.
Steve Baker (Nonpartisan) – WINNER
Todd Carnes (Nonpartisan) – WINNER
Jeannie Michaels ( Nonpartisan )
-Todd Shevchik ( Nonpartisan )
Ron Williams ( Nonpartisan ) – WINNER

Above candidates with Facebook Pages (that we could find) are tagged for your research purposes. At the very least, google these candidates and their positions to be prepared and ready for November 8th!

Candidate details, voting information and FAQs may be found on our local politics page and on Greater Lexington Chamber of Commerce’s website:

We’ll continue to post sample ballots from Richland and Lexington County apartments (or in this case neighborhoods) every day until the election. This is the easiest and safest way for us to provide a general idea of who’s on the ballot in local precincts. Again, check the SC VOTES LINK for your individual sample ballot: https://info.scvotes.sc.gov/Eng/VoterInquiry/VoterInformationRequest.aspx?PageMode=VoterInfo

(For the sake of space, we left off the presidential candidates entirely. You’re welcome.)

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Post updated 11/19/2016

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