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Vote 2019

Several towns throughout The T&D Region will be holding elections on Tuesday, Nov. 5.

Voters will one form of the following types of identification:

• S.C. driver’s license

• S.C. DMV identification card

• S.C. voter registration card with a photo

• Federal military ID

• U.S. passport

All polling locations will open at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m.

The municipal elections are listed below by county.

Orangeburg County elections

Bowman

Two people are running for mayor: Aretha Allison and Patsy Rhett.

Three people are seeking to fill two council seats: Jessica Darnell, incumbent Michael Void and Shaquetta Pelzer.

Voters in Bowman precincts 1 and 2 will vote at Old Bowman Elementary (Town Hall), 131 Poplar St, Bowman.

Branchville

Two people are running for mayor: Donald Connelly and Frank Dickson, the incumbent.

Four people are running for three council seats: Thomas Connelly, Kenneth Hardee, incumbent Charles Dukes and incumbent Gregory Oliver.

Branchville 1 precinct will vote at Branchville High School, 1349 Dorange Road.

Branchville 2 precinct will vote at the Senior Citizens Community Center, 7647 Freedom Road.

Cope

Mayor Janet Joye is running for re-election.

Four council candidates are seeking election to the four at-large council seats. They are Will Workman, Darren Jump, Jean-Marie Jump and Marlene Workman.

Voters will go to the Cope Area Career Center, 6052 Slab Landing Road.

Elloree

Two candidates are seeking two council seats.

Chip Davis is seeking to be re-elected to his District 3 seat and Laurence Livingston is looking to succeed Sarah Ann Parler in District 2.

Voters in Elloree precincts 1 and 2 will vote at New Elloree Elementary School, 200 Warrior Drive.

Eutawville

Two candidates are seeking to be elected to two council seats.

Harry Lee Brown is seeking to be re-elected and Chris Barker is seeking to succeed Anna Wolpert.

Eutawville 1 precinct votes at the Eutawville Community Center, 419 Porcher Ave. Eutawville 2 precinct votes at the St. James-Gaillard Elementary School, 1555 Gardensgate Road.

Holly Hill

Two candidates are facing off for a seat on Holly Hill Town Council while a third is running unopposed in the Nov. 5 municipal election.

Incumbent LeAnne Troutman is being challenged by Billy Chavis in District 1.

Jan Wiles is seeking re-election in District Two. She is unopposed.

Holly Hill 1 voters will go to Holly Hill Elementary School, 1490 Brant Ave., and Holly Hill 2 voters will go to Holly Hill-Roberts Middle School, 530 Hesseman St.

Neeses

Mayor Kenneth Gleaton is running unopposed for mayor.

Four council candidates are seeking election to the four at-large council seats. They are Wylie Williams, incumbent Wanda Ammons, incumbent Julie Renee’ Olenick and incumbent James Hoffman.

Voting for the Neeses-Livingston precinct will take place at the Livingston Community Center, 5875 Savannah Hwy., Livingston.

Livingston

Bobby Gordon is seeking to be re-elected as mayor.

Four candidates are seeking to be elected to four council seats. They are incumbent Bobby Yongue, Corey Driggers, incumbent Maretta Linder and incumbent Arthur Sligh

Voting will take place at the Livingston Community Center, 5875 Savannah Hwy.

North

Two candidates are running for mayor of North: Julius Jones and Andrew Gleaton Jackson.

Candidates for the two available at-large council seats are Wanda Whetstone, Jeff Washington and Tonya M. Jeffcoat.

Voting in the North 1 precinct will take place at North Town Hall, 9305 North Road.

North 2 voters will go to Aiken Electric Co-Op, 8381 North Road.

Norway

Mayor Ann Johnson is being challenged by Tracie Clemons.

Councilman Gregg Covington is running for re-election to District 3.

Voting will take place at the Norway Senior Center, 105 St. John Ave.

Rowesville

Two candidates are seeking to be re-elected to two council seats: Amber Heyward and Benjamin Boensch Sr.

Voting will take place at the Rowesville Community Center, 125 Camelia Dr.

Springfield

Mayor Ed Furtick is being challenged by Adam Evans.

Candidates for the four available council seats are incumbent Beth West, incumbent Olin A. Williams, incumbent Lydia Lackey, Anne Green, Sheila Ferguson Jamison and Francine B. Edwards.

Voting will take place at the Old Springfield Elementary School, 210 Brodie St.

Vance

Two candidates are seeking to be elected to two council seats. They are Barbara Montgomery and incumbent Carolyn Bush.

Voting will take place at the Vance-Providence Elementary School, 633 Camden Road.

Woodford

Three candidates are seeking two council seats and a third seat to complete the unexpired term of Woodford Town Councilman Wilbur Sackel.

The candidates are Andrea Clifton, Akwete Pettus and Norbia Pough.

Calhoun County elections

St. Matthews

Mayor Helen Carson-Peterson is being challenged by Chris Smith and Donald White.

Webb Carroll is running for the District 2 seat, Eloise Shuler Guinyard is seeking to be re-elected to District 4 and Jerome Ford is seeking election to District 6. They are unopposed.

Voting will take place at St. Matthews Municipal Court, 1313 Bridge St.

Cameron

Mayor David Summers Jr. is running unopposed for re-election.

Two candidates are seeking to be elected to two council seats. Minnie Haigler and Gladys Simmons are seeking to be re-elected.

Voting will take place at the Cameron Community Club, 5392 Cameron Road.

Bamberg County elections

Ehrhardt

Two candidates are seeking to be elected to two council seats. Candidates William Edinger and Amy Lee are seeking to be re-elected.

Voting will take place at Ehrhardt Town Hall, 13704 Broxton Bridge Road.

Govan

Wilma Edmonds is seeking to be re-elected as mayor, and candidates Erone Edmonds, Ashley Banks, Willie Mae Edmonds and Elizabeth Banks are seeking to be re-elected as council members.

Voting will take place at Govan Fire Department, 2920 Ehrhardt Road, Olar.

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Bradley Harris is a Government and Sports Reporter. The Irmo, SC native is a 2018 graduate of Claflin University and recipient of the 2018 South Carolina Press Association Collegiate Journalist of the Year Award.

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