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% Of Total VotesOfficeLee WinnerYrLee Votes% of Sub% Vs. Full Race
0.37% Governor   James E. Smith, Jr. 18 4,190 65.80% +19.87%
0.37% Secretary of State   Melvin T. Whittenburg 18 4,131 65.06% +22.22%
0.37% Treasurer   Rosalyn L. Glenn 18 4,134 64.96% +22.48%
0.37% Attorney General   Constance Anastopoulo 18 4,188 65.82% +20.93%
0.25% Commissioner of Agriculture   Hugh Weathers 18 2,335 69.02% -6.68%
0.39% President   Hillary Clinton 16 5,199 63.74% +23.07%
0.47% Senate Class II   C. Bradley Hutto 14 3,881 67.10% +28.32%
0.38% Senate Class III   Thomas Dixon 16 4,998 63.52% +26.59%
2.56% SC - District 05   Archie Parnell 18 4,179 65.58% +24.10%
0.41% Ban on Gay Marriage   Yes 06 3,253 74.95% -3.02%
0.47% Repeal of Minibottle Standard   No 04 3,654 57.45% +16.52%

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Established February 19, 1898
Disbanded Still Active
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Last ModifiedCaprice October 26, 2017 01:59pm
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