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South Carolina State Election Commission
2000 South Carolina Democratic Presidential Caucuses Results
March 9, 2000
Al Gore 91.8%
Bill Bradley 1.8%
uncommitted 5.3%
William Kreml 1.1%
2000 South Carolina Republican Presidential Primary Results
February 19, 2000
George W. Bush 53.2%
John McCain 42.1%
Alan Keyes 4.5%
Gary Bauer 0.1%
Steve Forbes 0.1%
Orrin Hatch 0.0%
2000 South Carolina Congressional Primary Results
June 13, 2000
1st Congressional District
Charleston Co. Dem. Party Chair Andrew Clayborne "Andy" Brack (D) St. Rep. Henry E. Brown Jr. (R) 43.42%, ex-St. Trans. Com. Chair H. B. "Buck" Limehouse (R) 31.86%, ex-congressional aide / professor Vandon E. "Van" Jenerette (R) 12.45%, attorney / ex-St. Rep. Wheeler Tillman (R) 4.62%, attorney Michael Seekings (R) 3.96%, professor Charles E. "Charlie" Thompson (R) 3.70%, professor Bill Woolsey (L), Bob Batchelder (Rfm), '96 / '98 nominee / small businessman Joseph F. "Joe" Innella (NL),
2nd Congressional District
busisswomen / architect / '98 nominee Jane Frederick (D) Floyd Davidson Spence (R) '98 Governor nominee Timothy Moultrie (L), '98 6th District nominee / teacher / farmer George C. Taylor (NL),
3rd Congressional District
George Brightharp (D) Lindsey O. Graham (R) carpenter Adrian Banks (L), LeRoy J. "Roy" Klein (NL),
4th Congressional District
No Democrat Jim DeMint (R) 77.32%, businessman Frank Delano Raddish (R) 22.68%, businesswoman April Bishop (L), '96 / '98 nominee / hair salon owner C. Faye Walters (NL), state party chair Ted Adams (C), Dr. Peter J. Ashy (Rfm),
5th Congressional District
John M. Spratt, Jr. (D) York Co. Council Chair Carl Gullick (R) Tom Campbell (L), Dianne Nevins (NL),
6th Congressional District
James E. "Jim" Clyburn (D) Vince Ellison (R) electrical engineer Lynwood Hines (L),
2000 South Carolina Congressional Primary Run-OffResults
June 27, 2000
1st Congressional District
Charleston Co. Dem. Party Chair Andrew Clayborne "Andy" Brack (D) St. Rep. Henry E. Brown Jr. (R) 54.6%, ex-St. Trans. Com. Chair H. B. "Buck" Limehouse (R) 45.4%, professor Bill Woolsey (L), Bob Batchelder (Rfm), '96 / '98 nominee / small businessman Joseph F. "Joe" Innella (NL),

1. Bold indicates incumbent. Yellow district indicates open races. Blue boxes indicates winner. Red print indicates change in party control.

2. Key to Party Identification.
(C) = Constitution Party - formerly known as the Taxpayers Party
(D) = Democratic Party
(L) = Libertarian Party
(NL) =Natural Law Party
(Rfm) = Reform Party
(R) = Republican Party


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