Election 2014: Recap Of Election Day Developments


Gov Nikki Haley speaks after winning reelection during an election night party at the Sheraton Conference Center in Columbia on Tuesday, November 4, 2014.(Photo: HEIDI HEILBRUNN/Staff)Buy Photo


Voters turned out Tuesday night for the 2014 mid-term elections which included several key state, federal and local votes. On the federal level South Carolina residents reelected Republican Senators Tim Scott and Lindsey Graham, while on the state level Gov. Nikki Haley soundly defeated Democratic challenger Vincent Sheheen. On the local level the road tax referendum was voted down by a margin of nearly 2-to-1.


>County voters bury sales tax plan

>Haley wins re-election

>Tim Scott wins historic Senate election

>Graham re-elected to Senate

>McMaster leads Sellers

>Weathers remains Ag Commissioner

>Spearman wins S.C. Education race

>Lewis, Wells win School Board seats

>Mark Hammond reelected Secretary of State

>Hamilton reelected to SC House District 20

>Incumbent Ballard keeps Greenville County Council seat

>Robinson-Simpson wins second House term

>Nanney wins fourth House term

>Eckstrom re-elected as comptroller general

>Greenville votes on Election Day 2014

>Pickens rejects incumbent on school board; Clemson OKs liquor

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Source : http://www.greenvilleonline.com/story/news/politics/2014/11/04/2014-election-day-recap-south-carolina-greenville-pickens/18510273/

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