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2001 South Carolina Special Congressional Primary
Filing Deadline: September 10, 2001, Libertarian Convention: October 7, 2001 Primary: October 30, 2001, Run-Off: November 13, 2001 unnecessary, Special Election: December 18, 2001
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2nd Congressional District, 57.0% in '00, Floyd Davidson Spence (R) died on 8/16/01 during 16th term
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: 77% Republican, Campaign & Election's Odds: 7:3 Republican,
Brent Weaver (D) St. Sen. Addison G. "Joe" Wilson (R) 75.4%, businessman Joe Grimaud (R) 14.8%, car dealer Stew Butler Sr. (R) 4.1%, ex-N.C. St. Sen. Richard Chalk (R) 3.2%, businessman Clyde Cobb (R) 2.5%, retiree Warren Eilertson (L), businessman Barry West (L),
Columbia Chrisitans for Life director Steve Lefemine (C),

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