The Palmetto Insider

The blog of the South Carolina Policy Council

Wiki website covers down-ballot elections

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This Tuesday, voters will go to the ballot to voice their opinions in the midterm elections.

Earlier this month, we mentioned that South Carolina had uncompetitive elections, as measured by the political encyclopedia, Ballotpedia.

On November 2, Ballotpedia will be tracking results for statewide ballot issues, Governor, Lt. Governor, Attorney General, Secretary of State, and House of Representatives in South Carolina.

Statewide election results will start to be posted 30 minutes after polls close.

Most media sources will be revealing who wins the big races — but for these down-ballot items, this site is a good resource for results and coverage.

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Written by SCPC

October 28, 2010 at 9:37 am

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