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2004 South Carolina Presidential Primary Results
Presidential Primary: 2/3/04, Filing Deadline: 3/30/04, Primary: 6/8/04, Run-off: 6/22/04, Independent & Presidential Filing Deadline: 7/15/04, Third Party Filing Deadline: 8/16/04,
Last Updated: February 4, 2004
List of State Parties,
President, 56.8% in '00, 1st term, Polls
U.S. Sen. John R. Edwards (D) 44.9%,
U.S. Sen. John F. Kerry (D) 30.3%, Rev. Alfred C. "Al" Sharpton (D) 9.6%, ex-NATO commander General Wesley K. Clark (retired) (D) 7.2%, ex-Gov. Howard Dean (D) 4.7%, U.S. Sen. Joseph L. Lieberman (D) 2.4%, U.S. Rep. Dennis J. Kucinich (D) 0.5%, U.S. Rep. Richard A. "Dick" Gephardt (D) 0.2%, ex-U.S. Sen. Carol Moseley-Braun (D) 0.2%,
George W. "Dubya" Bush (R) Constitution Party Nominee
Libertarian Party Nominee
Natural Law Party Nominee
Reform Party Nominee
United Citizens Party Nominee
Senator, 52.7% in '98, Ernest F. Hollings (D) retiring after 7th term, Next election in 2004, Current Polls
Superintendent of Schools Inez Tenenbaum (D) 75.7%, ex-police officer Ben Fraiser (D) 24.3%, ex-Gov. David M. Beasley (R) 36.6%, U.S. Rep. Jim DeMint (R) 26.4%, real estate developer Thomas Ravenel (R) 24.8%, ex-Att. Gen. / '02 Governor candidate Charlie Condon (R) 9.3%, businesswoman Orly Benny Davis (D) 0.65%, Mayor / restauranteur Mark McBride (R) 2.2%, educator / '02 GOP Governor candidate Rebekah "Reb" Sutherland (L),
ex-circuit judge / ex-St. Rep. / convicted felon James "Tee" Feguson (Cit),
Patrick Tyndall (C),
1st Congressional District, 89.5% in '02, 2nd term
No Democrat Henry E. Brown Jr. (R) 83.4%, 2000 Reform Party nominee / '02 primary candidate Bob Batchelder (R) 16.6%,
2nd Congressional District, 84.1% in '02, 2nd term
attorney Michael Ray Ellisor (D), Addison G. "Joe" Wilson (R), Michael Berg (UC),
3rd Congressional District, 67.1% in '02, 1st term
No Democrat J. Gresham Barrett (R),
4th Congressional District, 69.0% in '02, 3rd term, Jim DeMint (R) running for U.S. Senate
businessman Brandon Brown (D) 57.4%, ex-police office Andrew Wittman (D) 42.5%, ex-U.S. Rep. / '98 Senate nominee Bob Inglis (R) 84.2%, ex-St. Rep. Carole Wells (R) 11.5%, contractor Jack Adams (R) 4.2%, '96, '98, '00, '02 Natural Law Party Nominee hair salon owner C. Faye Walters (G)
5th Congressional District, 85.9% in '02, 11th term
John M. Spratt, Jr. (D), Limestone College prof. Albert Spencer (R), '01 & '02 nominee / Columbia Chrisitans for Life director Steve Lefemine (C),
6th Congressional District, 66.9% in '02, 6th term
James E. "Jim" Clyburn (D), activist / '94 '96 '98 & '02 nominee Gary M. McLeod (R, C) 78.7%, business consultant Michael Reino (R) 21.3%,
Run-Off Election
June 22, 2004
Senator, 52.7% in '98, Ernest F. Hollings (D) retiring after 7th term, Next election in 2004, Current Polls
Superintendent of Schools Inez Tenenbaum (D), U.S. Rep. Jim DeMint (R) 59.2%, ex-Gov. David M. Beasley (R) 40.8%, educator / '02 GOP Governor candidate Rebekah "Reb" Sutherland (L),
ex-circuit judge / ex-St. Rep. / convicted felon James "Tee" Feguson (Cit),
Patrick Tyndall (C),

1. Key to South Carolina Political Parties:
(AR) = American Reform Party
(Cf) = Confederate Party
(C) = Constitution Party
(Com) = Communist Party
(D) = Democratic Party
(G) = Green Party
(I) = independent candidates
(Labor) = Labor Party
(L) = Libertarian Party
(NL) =Natural Law Party
(Pr) = United Progressive Caucus
(Rfm) = Reform Party
(R) = Republican Party
(South) = Southern Party
(Cit) = United Citizens Party
- Affilliated with the Green Party
(WI) = Write-in candidates


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