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Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:53 p.m. EST
S.C. Senate 
( 99 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerLindsey Graham (R) 595,946 55 
Alex Sanders (D) 482,957 44 
Ted Adams (CST) 7,934 
Victor Kocher (Lib.) 6,608 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:53 p.m. EST
S.C. Governor 
( 99 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerMark Sanford (R) 581,538 53 
Jim Hodges* (D) 517,080 47 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:59 p.m. EST
S.C. House District 1 
( 99 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerHenry Brown Jr.* (R) 125,277 90 
James Dunn (Other) 9,675 
Joe Innella (NLP) 4,876 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:59 p.m. EST
S.C. House District 2 
( 100 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerJoe Wilson* (R) 143,917 84 
Mark Whittington (Other) 17,103 10 
James Legg (Lib.) 9,611 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:59 p.m. EST
S.C. House District 3 
( 99 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerJ. Gresham Barrett (R) 118,894 67 
George Brightharp (D) 55,059 31 
Mike Boerste (Lib.) 2,764 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:59 p.m. EST
S.C. House District 4 
( 100 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerJim DeMint* (R) 122,095 69 
Peter Ashy (D) 52,449 30 
C. Faye Walters (NLP) 2,164 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:59 p.m. EST
S.C. House District 5 
( 100 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerJohn Spratt* (D) 121,472 86 
Doug Kendall (Lib.) 10,956 
Steve Lefemine (Cnl.) 8,883 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2002 | Updated 9:59 p.m. EST
S.C. House District 6 
( 99 percent precincts reporting)Declared Winnerdeclared winner
 Candidates  Votes  % 
Declared WinnerJames Clyburn* (D) 115,261 67 
Gary McLeod (R) 55,365 32 
R. Craig Augenstein (Lib.) 1,661 
* IncumbentKey to Party AbbreviationsSource: AP
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