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Voting and Elections Guide : Aiken County Ballot Information

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Please note that state wide offices will be available on all ballots but local offices are organized by districts.  You will see more county and city choices here than what is on your official ballot.  Your candidate choices will be specific to your voting district.

State Constitution Amendments

1.  South Carolina General Reserve Fund Increase Amendment (2022)   Must Section 36(A), Article III of the Constitution of this State, relating to the General Reserve Fund, be amended so as to provide that the General Reserve Fund of five percent of general fund revenue of the latest completed fiscal year must be increased each year by one-half of one percent of the general fund revenue of the latest completed fiscal year until it equals seven percent of such revenues? 

2.  South Carolina Capital Reserve Fund Increase Amendment (2022)  Must Section 36(B), Article III of the Constitution of this State be amended so as to provide that the Capital Reserve Fund of two percent of the general fund revenue of the latest completed fiscal year be increased to three percent of the general fund revenue of the latest completed fiscal year and to provide that the first use of the Capital Reserve Fund must be to offset midyear budget reductions? 

State and National Candidates

U.S. House South Carolina District 2

Joe Wilson (Incumbent) Republican party

Judd Larkins  Democratic party

 

U.S. Senate South Carolina

Tim Scott (Incumbent) Republican party

Krystle Matthews  Democratic party

Larry Adams Jr.  Independent

 

Governor of South Carolina

Henry McMaster (Incumbent)  (Running mate - Pamela Evette) Republican party

Joe Cunningham (Running mate - Tally Parham Casey) Democratic party

Bruce Reeves  (Running mate - Jessica Ethridge) Libertarian party

 

Secretary of State

Mark Hammond (Incumbent) Republican party

Rosemounda Peggy Butler  Democratic party

 

State Treasurer

Curtis Loftis (Incumbent) Republican party

Sarah E. Work  Alliance party

 

Attorney General

Alan Wilson (Incumbent) Republican party

 

Comptroller General

Richard Eckstrom (Incumbent) Republican party

 

State Superintendent of Education

Lisa Ellis  Democratic party

Lisa Ellis  Alliance party

Patricia M. Mickel  Green party

Ellen Weaver  Republican party

 

Commissioner of Agriculture

Hugh Weathers (Incumbent) Republican party

David Edmond  Green party

Chris Nelums  United Citizens party

 

City and County Candidates

State House of Representatives District 81

Bart Blackwell  Republican party

State House of Representatives District 82

William "Bill" Clyburn  Democratic party

State House of Representatives District 83

Bill Hixon  Republican party

Jerico McCoy  Democratic party

State House of Representatives District 84

Melissa Oremus  Republican party

State House of Representatives District 86

Bill Taylor  Republican party

Aiken County Council - District 1

Ron Felder  Republican party

Aiken County Council - District 2

Mike Kellems  Republican party

Aiken County Council - District 5

Sandy Haskell  Republican party

Aiken County Council - District 6

Philip Napier  Republican party

Soil and Water District Commission

Laura Bagwell  Nonpartisan

Austin L. Jackson  Nonpartisan

School Board District 2

Jim Broome  Nonpartisan

School Board District 3

Leona Guyton  Nonpartisan

Connie Jean Rendleman  Nonpartisan

Brian Silas  Nonpartisan

School Board District 5

Barry Moulton  Nonpartisan

School Board District 6

Dwight Smith  Nonpartisan

School Board District 7

Patrice Rhinehart-Jackson  Nonpartisan

Commissioner of Public Works - Bath Water & Sewer

James Whitaker  Nonpartisan

Commissioner of Public Works - College Acres Water & Sewer

Greg McCallum  Nonpartisan

Commissioner of Public Works - Langley Water & Sewer

Sammy K. Miller Jr.  Nonpartisan

Chris Moxley  Nonpartisan