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Parents > United States > South Carolina > Senate Class III
OfficeSenate
Type General Election
Filing Deadline June 01, 2004 - 12:00pm Central
Polls Open November 02, 2004 - 06:00am Central
Polls Close November 02, 2004 - 11:00pm Central
Term Start January 03, 2005 - 12:00pm
Term End January 03, 2011 - 12:00pm
Turnout 39.81% Total Population
ContributorJoshua L.
Last ModifiedCharlotte Rose August 09, 2019 06:44pm
Data Sources[Link]
Description In Aiken and Calhoun Counties Efia Nwangaza ran on the Independence Line (there was no Green line in those counties).

Under SC State Law, ballots cast under two separate parties cannot be counted together.

Breakdown of votes by party

Independence - 138
Green - 4245
LAST GENERAL ELECTION
  PartyDemocratic Won11/03/1998
NameErnest F. "Fritz" Hollings Votes562,791 (52.68%)
Term01/03/1999 - 01/03/2005 Margin74,659 (+6.99%)
NEXT GENERAL ELECTION
  PartyRepublican Won11/02/2010
NameJim DeMint Votes810,771 (61.48%)
Term01/03/2011 - 12/31/2012 Margin446,173 (+33.83%)
PRIMARY/OTHER SCHEDULE
Jun 08, 2004 SC US Senate - R Primary
David Beasley
R 294,669
Jun 08, 2004 SC US Senate - D Primary
Inez Moore Tenenbaum
D 167,790
Jun 22, 2004 SC US Senate - R Runoff
Jim DeMint
R 261,124
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LEANING PREDICTIONS    Detail
Leaning Graph
01/11/2003 11/02/2004
CandidateSlightLeanStrongSafe
Inez Moore Tenenbaum 8 2 ----
Jim DeMint 28 46 15 --
Leaning Call: Jim DeMint (93.22%)
Weighted Call: Jim DeMint (99.85%)
MATCHUP POLL GRAPH
Poll Graph

03/14/2004 10/24/2004

CANDIDATES
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Name Rep. Jim DeMint Superintendent of Education Inez Moore Tenenbaum Patrick Tyndall Rebekah "Reb" Sutherland James "Tee" Ferguson Efia Nwangaza (W) Others
PartyRepublican Democratic Constitution Libertarian United Citizens Green Other
Campaign Logo
Uncertified Votes857,167 (53.67%) 704,384 (44.10%) 13,464 (0.84%) 10,678 (0.67%) 5,859 (0.37%) 4,383 (0.27%) 1,286 (0.08%)
Margin0 (0.00%) -152,783 (-9.57%) -843,703 (-52.82%) -846,489 (-53.00%) -851,308 (-53.30%) -852,784 (-53.39%) -855,881 (-53.59%)
Fusion Votes
Green4,245
IDP Independence138
Predict Avg.49.12% 44.55% 0.29% 0.78% 0.18% 0.58% 0.00%
Cash On Hand $-- $-- $-- $-- $-- $-- $--
Website [Website] [Website] [Website]
Entry Date 00/00/2004 00/00/2004 00/00/2004 00/00/2004 00/00/2003 00/00/2004 --
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MATCHUP POLLS (17 from 8 pollsters)
Adj Poll Avg46.21%-- 40.00%-- 0.00%-- 0.00%-- 0.00%-- 0.00%-- 0.00%--
Survey USA 
10/22/04-10/24/04
52.00% 6.0 39.00% 4.0 0.00% -- 0.00% -- 0.00% -- 0.00% -- 0.00% --
Mason-Dixon 
10/19/04-10/20/04
47.00% -- 43.00% -- 0.00% -- 0.00% -- 0.00% -- 0.00% -- 0.00% --
Survey USA 
10/10/04-10/12/04
46.00% 5.0 43.00% 4.0 0.00% -- 0.00% -- 0.00% -- 0.00% -- 0.00% --
Rasmussen Reports 
10/06/04-10/06/04
49.00% -- 43.00% -- 0.00% -- 0.00% -- 0.00% -- 0.00% -- 0.00% --
Mason-Dixon 
10/04/04-10/04/04
50.00% -- 38.00% -- 0.00% -- 0.00% -- 0.00% -- 0.00% -- 0.00% --
McLaughlin & Associates (R) 
09/29/04-09/30/04
46.00% -- 36.00% -- 0.00% -- 0.00% -- 0.00% -- 0.00% -- 0.00% --
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NEWS
Date Category Headline Article Contributor
Oct 24, 2004 12:00am Poll DeMint's Senate bid lead evaporates in South Carolina poll  Article ArmyDem 
Oct 10, 2004 12:00am Endorsement Augusta Chronicle Endorsement - DeMint for U.S. Senate  Article None Entered 
Oct 05, 2004 12:00am News Gays want demint to apologize  Article Joshua L. 
Oct 04, 2004 12:00am News DeMint: Bar gay teachers; Tenenbaum: 'Un-American'  Article Joshua L. 
Sep 17, 2004 12:00am General DeMint’s mother suing her doctors  Article RP 
Sep 14, 2004 12:00am News SC Senate Candidates to hold six debates (including Meet The Press)  Article SC-Conservative 

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