Primary Election, Tuesday, June 10

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Be sure to go to the polls on Tuesday, June 10, to vote in the Republican primary election.  The polls are open from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM.

You can download your sample ballot by right-clicking on of these two links and saving the file to your computer:

Voters in Georgetown County Council District 6 (on the Waccamaw Neck):  Download Sample Ballot PDF
All other Georgetown County Voters: Download Sample Ballot PDF

These are the races that will be on the ballot:

  • US Senate (full six-year term)
    • Det Bowers
    • Lee Bright
    • Richard Cash
    • Bill Connor
    • Benjamin Dunn
    • Lindsey Graham, incumbent
    • Nancy Mace
  • US Senate (remaining two-years of former Senator Jim DeMint’s term)
    • Tim Scott, incumbent
    • Randall Young
  • Lieutenant Governor
    • Mike Campbell
    • Pat McKinney
    • Henry McMaster
    • Ray Moore
  • State Treasurer
    • Brian Adams
    • Curtis Loftis, incumbent
  • State Superintendent of Education
    • Sally Atwater
    • Gary Burgess
    • Meka Bosket Childs
    • Amy Cofield
    • Sheri Few
    • Don Jordan
    • Elizabeth Moffly
    • Molly Mitchell Spearman
  • Adjutant General
    • James Breazeale
    • Bob Livingston, incumbent
  • Commissioner of Agriculture
    • Joe Farmer
    • Hugh E. Weathers, incumbent
  • For those registered voters in Georgetown County District 6 only, your ballots will also include the County Council race:
    • Bob Anderson, incumbent
    • Steve Goggans

There are also two advisory questions on the ballot for all Republican voters.  These do not have legal effect, but provide guidance to the Party of voter sentiment.

Question 1:  Should Article I, Section 3 of the South Carolina Constitution be amended to include the following language?
The privileges and immunities of citizens of South Carolina and the United States shall not be abridged, so that no person shall be deprived of life without due process of law, nor shall any person be denied the equal protection of the laws.  These rights shall extend to both born and pre-born person beginning at conception.

Question 2:  Should South Carolina Law be amended to replace the state income tax imposed on individuals, estates, trusts, and others by reducing the rate of taxation by 1.4% each year until the state income tax rate for all brackets is zero percent?

 

Memorial Day 2014

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Their lives remind us that freedom is not bought cheaply. It has a cost; it imposes a burden. And just as they whom we commemorate were willing to sacrifice, so too must we — in a less final, less heroic way — be willing to give of ourselves. – Ronald Reagan, 1982

 


 

Please plan to participate in a special event this coming Friday, May 30, to further honor Georgetown County’s fallen patriots from all wars.

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Commander Rodney C. Ward and the members of
The American Legion, Georgetown Post 114

AND

Commander John Livingston and the members of
Veterans of Foreign Wars, Georgetown Post 6444

cordially invite you to the ground-breaking ceremony of

The Georgetown County Veterans Memorial
at 715 Church Street, Georgetown
Friday, May 30, 2014
at twelve o’clock noon.

Refreshments will follow the ceremony.

Georgetown GOP Social May 15

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“Herd” the news? The Georgetown County Republican Party is having a social “herding”. WHEN:  Thursday, May 15, 2014 WHERE:  49 Woodmont Lane, Heritage Plantation, Pawleys Island SC TIME:  5:30pm – 7:30pm BYOB:  Bring your own beverage BANTS: … [Continue reading]

County-wide GOP Dinner Meeting February 27

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Plan to attend the county-wide dinner meeting of the Georgetown County Republican Party on Thursday, February 27 at 6:00 PM at the Pleasant Hill Community Center. In addition to good conversation and an informative program from four great speakers, … [Continue reading]