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South Carolina State Election Commission
2002 South Carolina Congressional and Statewide Primary Results
Primary: 6/11/02,
List of State Parties,
Governor, 53% in '98, 1st term,
Jim Hodges (D), ex-U.S. Rep. Marshall C. "Mark" Sanford, Jr. (R) 38.6%, Lt. Gov. Robert Lee Peeler (R) 37.6%, Att. Gen. Charlie Condon (R) 15.6%, attorney / anti-lottery activist Kenneth B. Wingate (R) 3.9%, Sec. of St. Jim Miles (R) 2.7%, ex-teacher Rebekah "Reb" Sutherland (R) 0.9%, St. Sen. William Strobel "Bill" Branton, Jr. (R) 0.6%, '98 nominee / '00 Congressional nominee Timothy Moultrie (L), drug activist Tom Pickett (I),
Lt. Governor, next election in 2002, Robert Lee Peeler (R) running for Governor
St. Sen. Phil P. Leventis (D), St. Sen. David L. Thomas (R) 36.6%, St. Sen. André Bauer (R) 34.6%, St. Rep. Merita Ann "Rita" Allison (R) 28.8%,
Attorney General, next election in 2002, Charlie Condon (R) running for Governor
probation director Stephen "Steve" K. Benjamin (D), state GOP chair ex-U.S. attorney / 90 Lt. Gov. nominee Henry D. McMaster (R) 42.4%, ex-St. Sen. Larry Richter (R) 31.8%, prosecutor Jon E. Ozmint (R) 25.8%,
Secretary of State, next election in 2002, Jim Miles (R) running for Governor
State Alchohol Abuse Depart. Director Rick C. Wade (D), Spartanburg Co. Clerk of Courts Mark Hammond (R) 38.9%, SC Policy Council Pres. Ed McMullen (R) 33.8%, Co. Auditor Lois Eargle (R) 27.3%,
Treasurer, next election in 2002
Grady Patterson (D), St. Sen. W. Greg Ryberg (R),
Comptroller, next election in 2002
James A. Lander (D), ex-St. Treas. Richard Eckstrom (R) 73.1%, City Councilmember Deb Sofield (R) 26.9%,
Adjutant General, next election in 2002
No Democrat Stanhope Spears (R) 58.8%, national Gaurd Brig. Gen. Earle Brown (R) 21.0%, retired Nat'l Guard Tom Hendrix (R) 20.2%,
Superintendent of Schools, next election in 2002
Inez Tenenbaum (D), professor Dan Hiltgen (R), Al Hafer (C),
Agriculture Commissioner, D. Leslie Tindal (R) retiring, next election in 2002
farmer John Long (D) 58.4%, state marine advisory committee chair Ben Gregg (D) 41.6%, St. Rep. Charlie R. Sharpe (R),
Senator, 53% in '96, 9th term, Strom Thurmond (R) retiring, next election in 2002,
ex-College of Charleston President / ex-St. Rep. / ex-St. Sen. Alex Sanders (D), U.S. Rep. Lindsey O. Graham (R), ex-St. Sen. / 1998 Att. Gen. nominee Tom Turnipseed (G)?, '00 Congressional nominee Ted Adams (C),
1st Congressional District, 60.7% in '00, 1st term
No Democrat Henry E. Brown Jr. (R) 78.7%, 2000 Reform Party nominee Bob Batchelder (R) 21.3%,
2nd Congressional District, 73% in '01 Special Election, 1st term, might run for U.S. Senate,
No Democrat Addison G. "Joe" Wilson (R), '01 nominee / retiree Warren Eilertson (L), '01 nominee / Columbia Chrisitans for Life director Steve Lefemine (C), electrician Mark Whittington (Cit),
3rd Congressional District, 67.9% in '00, 4th term, Lindsey O. Graham (R) running for U.S. Senate,
'00 nominee / guidance counselor George L. Brightharp (D), St. Rep. J. Gresham Barrett (R) 43.5%, St. Rep. James S. "Jim" Klauber (R) 21.91%, ex-solicitor George Ducworth (R) 21.87%, St. Sen. Bob Waldrep (R) 6.3%, attorney Stan Jackson (R) 4.3%, businessman Michael Thompson (R) 2.2%,
4th Congressional District, 79.6% in '00, 2nd term
'00 Reform Party nominee / Dr. Peter J. Ashy (D), Jim DeMint (R) 61.6%, ex-St. Rep. / Public Service Comm'r. Phillip T. Bradley (R) 38.4%, '96, '98 & '00 nominee / hair salon owner C. Faye Walters (NL),
5th Congressional District, 58.8% in '00, 10th term,
John M. Spratt, Jr. (D) No Republican
6th Congressional District, 72.0% in '00, 5th term,
James E. "Jim" Clyburn (D) 88.8%, Benjamin Frasier (D) 12.2%, activist / '94, '96, & '98 nominee Gary McLeod (R),
2002 South Carolina Congressional and Statewide Run-Off Primary Results
Run-Off Primary:
6/25/02,
Governor, 53% in '98, 1st term,
Jim Hodges (D), ex-U.S. Rep. Marshall C. "Mark" Sanford, Jr. (R) 59.9%, Lt. Gov. Robert Lee Peeler (R) 40.1%, '98 nominee / '00 Congressional nominee Timothy Moultrie (L), drug activist Tom Pickett (I),
Lt. Governor, next election in 2002, Robert Lee Peeler (R) running for Governor
St. Sen. Phil P. Leventis (D), St. Sen. André Bauer (R) 50.7%, St. Sen. David L. Thomas (R) 49.3%,
Attorney General, next election in 2002, Charlie Condon (R) running for Governor
probation director Stephen "Steve" K. Benjamin (D), state GOP chair ex-U.S. attorney / 90 Lt. Gov. nominee Henry D. McMaster (R) 55.8%, ex-St. Sen. Larry Richter (R) 44.2%,
Secretary of State, next election in 2002, Jim Miles (R) running for Governor
State Alchohol Abuse Depart. Director Rick C. Wade (D), Spartanburg Co. Clerk of Courts Mark Hammond (R) 54.8%, SC Policy Council Pres. Ed McMullen (R) 45.2%,
3rd Congressional District, 67.9% in '00, 4th term, Lindsey O. Graham (R) running for U.S. Senate,
'00 nominee / guidance counselor George L. Brightharp (D), St. Rep. J. Gresham Barrett (R) 65.2%, St. Rep. James S. "Jim" Klauber (R) 34.8%,

1. Key to South Carolina Political Parties
(C) = Constitution Party
(D) = Democratic Party
(G) = Green Party
(I) = independent candidates
(L) = Libertarian Party
(NL) =Natural Law Party
(R) = Republican Party
(Cit) = United Citizens Party
- Affilliated with the Green Party
(WI) = Write-in candidates


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